The Aftermath: Critical Incident Recovery
Church safety and security ministries should examine ways to prepare, prevent, respond and recover from a variety of incident types. This session focuses on the importance of having a critical incident recovery planning. We will examine both short term and long term recovery needs allowing you to consider ways your ministry may be impacted in the aftermath of a critical incident. How do you reunite children with their families? Do you have plans for continuity of services? What partnerships have you formed with other ministries, government entities, and nonprofits? Who will provide spiritual care for the congregation if leadership is impacted by the incident? We will discuss these questions and more in this session.
Christopher Taylor, M.A., M.Ed., M.Div.
The Importance of Ministry in
Security Team Training
There is a consistent and necessary tension between providing a safe environment for worship with the balance of ministry in mind. This session will focus on the importance of operating your church security ministry with a ministry first focus while still providing professional security operations to defend the flock. What does it mean to serve in a security context? How do we approach ministry with a security mindset while still reaching the lost with the gospel of Jesus Christ?
8:00-8:05am Welcome / Prayer
8:05-9:05am The Aftermath: Critical Incident Recovery presented by Christopher Taylor, M.Div.
9:20am-10:35am Breakout Session One (Choose One)
What is the Difference? Killing and Murder presented by Christopher Taylor
Clear Communication & Information Flow presented by Brian Kowalski
Security Assessments for Faith-Based Organizations- John McGrath
10:50am-12:00pm Breakout Session Two (Choose One)
Operational Standards for Church Volunteer Security Teams presented by Phil Pinkus
Insider Threats: Prevention, Preparation, Response, and Recovery- John McGrath
12:00-12:45pm Lunch & Fellowship
12:45-2:00pm Breakout Session Three (Choose One)
Church Medical Equipment Best Practices & Supply Review presented by Dr. Pat Boyle, AZCSN Medical Director
Reality Based Training: Overview, Benefits, & Importance presented by Brian Kowalski
What Can We Learn From 20 Years of Active Shooter Studies?- presented by Christopher Taylor
2:15-3:30pm Breakout Session Four (Choose One)
Patient Moves and Carries presented by Dr. Pat Boyle, AZCSN Medical Director
Using Table Top Exercises with Your Team Presented by Phil Pinkus
3:45-4:30pm The Importance of Ministry in Church Security Team Training presented by Christopher Taylor, M.Div.
Deep Dive Friday provides participants the opportunity to complete two different extended courses covering some of our most requested topics. Class size is limited for these specialized courses. Lunch is included with registration.