Course Description

This downloadable bundle contains a fully customizable Powerpoint® Presentation (slides), so you can add, delete, and modify the slides to fit your church's unique size, setting and policies.

It comes with an Instructor Guide that has slide by slide instructions, so you know what to say for each slide. It also has several guided activities and tips for teaching the course.

In addition, this instructor bundle comes with a Director Manual designed to provide church and team leaders a higher view of the materials, so they can develop the response plan at their level. 

Finally, you get access to our Streaming Videos for one year. They are great way to prepare yourself to teach the material and they can even be shown in the classroom until you are more comfortable teaching.

Course Creator

Kris Moloney

I am a former Police Officer with 18 years of experience and a retired Army Captain and Company Commander. I have certifications in a number of specialties to include Crime Prevention, Security Assessments, and the Crime Free Program. I also have a Bachelor’s degree in Ministry and a Master’s degree in Organizational Leadership from Northwestern College in St. Paul, Minnesota.

Course curriculum

  • 1

    Training Material (Downloads)

    • Course Materials

    • Additional Materials

  • 2

    Introduction to Basic Use of Force Laws

    • Introduction

  • 3

    Section 1 - About this Course

  • 4

    Section 2 - Our Role in the Church

    • Our Role in the Church

  • 5

    Section 3 - Citizen's Arrest

    • Citizen's Arrest

  • 6

    Section 4 - Understanding the Use of Force

    • Understanding the Use of Force

  • 7

    Section 5 - Aftermath of Deadly Force

    • Aftermath of Deadly Force

  • 8

    Section 6 - Unarmed and Defense Weapons

    • Unarmed and Defense Weapons

  • 9

    Case Studies

    • Introduction to Case Studies

    • Case Study Scenarios

Reviews

5 star rating

State Laws on self defense

Bob Douglas

Each state has a set of self protection laws that define when a person has a right to protect themselves or another person. This chapter outlines general c...

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Each state has a set of self protection laws that define when a person has a right to protect themselves or another person. This chapter outlines general circumstances as to when the safety team members can use force and/or deadly force in life preservation. This is great information to have under many circumstances. As one seeks to protect others, they need to keep in mind that with such power comes great responsibility. Care must be utilized to avoid harm to innocent people who may be in the area. Criminal prosecution as well as Civil litigation can result with reckless actions.

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Good materials

Charles Riley

This was a great course. It was simple, to the point and held nothing back.

This was a great course. It was simple, to the point and held nothing back.

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Good job

Barry Chapman

This is very good info and it will really help non-police and non-military personnel.

This is very good info and it will really help non-police and non-military personnel.

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Protecting Yourself and the Church with Use of Force Laws

Randolf Merry

Very Informative. Can't wait to get started with the team.

Very Informative. Can't wait to get started with the team.

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Protecting Yourself and the Church with Use of Force Laws

James Homolka

Very informative course. Thank you.

Very informative course. Thank you.

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