Don’t miss this special opportunity to attend a two-part seminar on protecting your Church and staff along with women’s personal safety, hosted by the Tyler Police Department, Longview Police Department and Shiloh Road Church of Christ. The seminar will take place at Shiloh Road Church of Christ, located at 1801 Shiloh Road on June 4 and 5, 2010. This seminar is being offered at no charge to all who would like to attend.
The Women’s Safety Seminar kicks off on Friday, June 4, from 7 p.m. until 9 p.m. The presentation will be conducted by Officer Jimmy Meeks, a 28 year veteran with the Hurst Police Department and an ordained Minister.
On Saturday, June 5, the Church Safety Seminar will start at 8 a.m. with registration starting at 7 a.m. The program will last until 5 p.m. The following topics will be covered during this segment:
• Church Safety Awareness
• Seven Lines of Defense
• Eyes & Ears Team
• Medical Response
• Disruptive Individuals and Suspicious Behavior
• Protecting Against Sexual Predators
• Fire Prevention
• Detective Mike Carroll, a 26 year veteran with the Fort Worth Police Department.
• Pastor Norman Crisp, who has worked with churches throughout Texas and Louisiana.
• Sgt. Jacky Hiles, a 24 year veteran with the Longview Police Department.
• Larry Linam, the father of a victim who was shot at First Baptist Church in Dangerfield.
• Greg Love, an attorney from Fort Worth and presenter on Ministry Safety regarding youth.
• Tyler and Smith County Fire Marshals Office.
• American Red Cross.
• East Texas Medical Center Emergency Service.
Please call (903)561-8004 to preregister for this event. For more information, go to www.shilohroad.com . A $10.00 donation to cover lunch expenses on Saturday is greatly appreciated.