[Online Course] We live in troubled times – the rise in gun-related violence, particularly violence directed against churches and their congregations across the nation, is proof of this. There were 147 shootings in Christian churches between 2006 and 2016, more than there were in the entire 25 years that came before. It has become imperative that churches be prepared (and able) to protect those worshiping within their walls. Today, churches must be prepared to combat violence from all corners. It’s not just about stopping lone-gunmen with their own agendas targeting church members, or anti-Christian sentiment bubbling over. Church members themselves and their loved ones can bring violence into the church. If you are not prepared, that can spell disaster, as it has for too many churches across the nation. To ensure that you are prepared for any eventuality and able to curb violent acts, we offer the Active Shooter Neutralization and Lock Down Drills course.
This course includes essential information which is the basis of a comprehensive solution tailored to your church’s specific needs, size, location and other factors that play a role in safety and security.
IMPORTANT NOTE: This course is licensed for One Individual Student and Expires 30 Days after enrollment. For Discounted Group Rates, contact Sheepdog Church Security at firstname.lastname@example.org
About the Course Creator
The Sheepdog Church Security team includes Researchers, Writers and an Instructional Designer, who spend countless hours developing Safety and Security materials for Houses of Worship. All our course materials come from Nationally Recognized resources and Subject Matter Experts.
Kris Moloney oversees it all, ensuring the materials are Realistic and Relevant for the Church. He continues to serve as a Volunteer Safety Director at Friendship Church and he has led this two campus team since 2009.
Additionally, he is a Police Officer with over 18 years of experience and a retired Army Captain and Company Commander. He has certifications in a number of specialties to include Crime Prevention, Security Assessments, and the Crime Free Program. He also has a Bachelor’s degree in Ministry and a Master’s degree in Organizational Leadership from Northwestern College in St. Paul, Minnesota.
What others have been saying about this course:
Active Shooter Neutralization and lock down drills
I'm my own my safety committee at church and the video was very helpful will recommend to others. Thanks, Greg Moseley
This is a great review of the Run, Hide, Fight that we have all been trained for in dealing with active shooter issues.
Very instructive, presented in segments that we right sized and relevant.