Safety in Faith
You’re invited to learn about "Understanding Your Real Risks and Liabilities." This presentation will provide insight into the most common risks churches are likely to face and highlight best practices for fostering a dialogue with church leadership, legal assistance, insurance agent, and first responders. Considerations for protecting your church’s legacy and ongoing ministry to the community will also be shared.
Our presenter will be Craig Cable – Church Safety and Security Director, Group Publishing. Craig is a Patrol Reserve Deputy for the Larimer County Sheriff’s Office and co-leader of an armed church security team at a megachurch in Loveland, Colorado. He also provides security consulting and training for other churches and is a board member of the Northern Colorado Christian Security Roundtable.
The presentation is interactive and audience participation and questions are encouraged.
The training will be from 6 to 8 p.m. on Tuesday, April 21 in Hearing Room 1 of the Jefferson County Courthouse at 100 Jefferson County Parkway in Golden.
This is a NO COST safety and security training for houses of worship.
Registration will open on March 9, 2020, and is required to attend.
We hope you will consider attending as well as inviting administrators, safety team members, and interested volunteers from your house of worship to join us for a great evening of learning and sharing.
If you have questions about this training, please contact our Community Relations Manager, Renie Dugwyler, at [email protected] or 303-271-5828.
Do I have to belong to a faith-based organization to attend?
No. Over the past decade, houses of worship have increasingly become a soft target for attack and this training addresses those concerns. That said, this is a public event and open to anyone that has an interest in learning how to provide safety and security in a building-gathering setting.