The Mayor’s Office for Policing and Crime (MOPAC), Community Security Trust (CST) and Faiths Forum for London invite leaders of London faith communities to a seminar on safety and security for places of worship at City Hall.
As we prepare to commemorate the year anniversaries of tragic attacks on faith institutions and their worshippers in Christchurch, New Zealand and Sri Lanka alongside remembering all other victims of attacks on places of worship both before and after these attacks, this session is an opportunity to hear important safety and security advice which is relevant to any place of worship.
The advice will be delivered by experts from the CST who are the UK Jewish community’s lead security organisation. CST are a charity that protects British Jews from antisemitism and related threats and have a rich experience in providing safety and security awareness and training advice for Jewish communal organisations, schools and synagogues.
The CST will deliver a free seminar on the simple and effective mitigation activity that all places of worship can immediately deploy to keep their premises and worshippers safe.
Wednesday, 4 March 2020:
18:00 Arrival and refreshments
18:30 Session Commences
20:30 Session Finishes
Networking and Refreshments till 21:15