Please join us on March 28th at 6:30 PM for 1-1/2 hours of teaching & audience interaction regarding security for faith-based operations taught by Carl Chinn.
Chinn had been involved with churches and ministries all of his adult life, but seldom considered security. Then, while serving as building engineer for a ministry in 1996, he and three other employees were held hostage at gunpoint by an angry gunman.
That event changed his life. In the following years, he began advising ministries to develop intentional readiness plans. Among many who listened, was his home church in Colorado Springs.
He was serving on that team the day a gunman killed two girls in the parking lot, then moved into the church with his A/R 15 and 1,400 rounds of ammunition. The team responded; the killer was stopped before he could kill any more.
Now, as president of the Faith Based Security Network (FBSN) Chinn is advising communities on developing intentional security not only at their individual House of Worship level, but as a connected area alliance.
The FBSN is a member-owned 501(c)(3) non-profit professional association dedicated to improving the safety of faith-based communities across the U.S.
Hear how your faith-based community can work together with each other and with law-enforcement in joint training, shared best practices and shared threat information to improve the safety of the faith-based community. This model is now being replicated in connected communities across the United States, and we would like to see your area involved.