Best Safety Practices and Liabilities for Your Houses of Worship – Trinity FL, October 14th

Press Release updated: Sep 28, 2017 07:59 EDT

Trinity Security Allies is pleased to announce their Inaugural Church Safety & Liability Conference to be held October 14, 2017 at Generations Christian Church in Trinity, Florida. This training is designed for pastors, staff, volunteers and those that are interested in the safety of their church. Experts of church safety will bring relevant insight to better prepare your church in the event of an incident and educate your church on avoiding foreseeable lawsuits against your organization.

With the recent shooting in Antioch, TN and disruptive attendees creating disturbances more and more frequently during church services. Domestic violence isn’t kept at home anymore, but rather bleeding into the churches at an alarming rate. Is your church prepared? With the increasing number of attacks against churches, all houses of worship must train and network with one another. Further, churches must share best practices along with potential community threats with one another and just as important, with local law enforcement agencies. Churches must ensure all procedures are in place to best protect their house of worship.

This conference brings together national and local resources offering valuable information and best practices to protect your church including Rev. Jamie Johnson, Director Center for Faith-Based & Neighborhood Partnerships, U.S. Department of Homeland Security, Corporal Alan Wilkett from Pasco Sheriff’s Office and several other experts. Also, an interactive attorney panel will provide solutions to questions covering OSHA, premise liability and personal injury.  A key topic is how to lower the risk of losing a lawsuit in the event of an incident.

With the alarming number of attacks against houses of worship, these experts will bring relevant insight to better prepare your church in the event of an incident and educate you on preventing avoidable lawsuits against your organization.

James Howard, Executive Director, Trinity Security Allies

A MUST-ATTEND event for pastors, church staff, volunteers or any individual or group with a heart to protect their church.

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About Trinity Security Allies:

Trinity Security Allies, is a non-profit organization offering education, training and consulting to churches using their own resources to build and implement a safety plan. Trinity Security Allies provides a platform for local community churches to network, share best practices and potential community threats.

Media Contact: James Howard       Email: [email protected]          Ph: (727) 267-0590

Source: MyNetworkOne on behalf of Trinity Security Allies, Inc.

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