Protecting the Church Flock
Monday, March 26, 2018
Two sessions: Morning for police officers; afternoon for ministers, church staff, church safety teams, etc
POLICE OFFICERS INVITED TO THE MORNING SESSION (police who are not members of gulf coast crime prevention assn are required to Pay $50.00 - see instructions below)
MINISTERS AND CHURCH STAFF, ETC INVITED TO AFTERNOON SESSION (1:00 - 5:00. this is a free event for ministers, church staffs, etc - thanks to the gulf coast crime prevention association and harris county s.o).
MARCH 26, 2018 (MONDAY)
8:00 A.M. - 12 NOON FOR POLICE OFFICERS
1:00 PM. - 5:00 FOR MINISTERS, CHURCH STAFF, ETC (YOUTH DIRECTORS, CHILDREN'S WORKERS - PLEASE READ THIS)
LOCATION OF EVENT
6922 katy road
houston, texsas 77024
- All police officers, with the exception of those who belong to the Texas Gulf Coast Crime Prevention Association, must register and pay $50.00 to attend. POLICE CLICK HERE TO REGISTER. TCOLE CREDIT WILL BE GIVEN.
- This event is FREE for ministers and their church staffs, however, we must have a count of how many due to limited space. CLICK HERE TO REGISTER
We will also address the issues of sex crimes occurring on church and faith based property. We encourage all those who work with youth to attend.
THE MESSAGE ON PREVENTION OF SEX CRIMES IS RELEVANT TO ALL YOUTH WORKERS, WHETHER CHURCH-RELATED OR NOT. PLEASE WATCH THE VIDEO ABOVE.
JIMMY MEEKS is a retired police officer, having served 35 years in law-enforcement. Jimmy has also been a minister for over 44 years.
As an officer, he served as a hostage negotiator, field training officer, school resource officer, detective, supervisor, and crime prevention officer. He has accumulated dover 4500 hours of TCOLE training. He has also been a certified crime prevention specialist.
He was pastor of a church in the Ft. Worth area for over 11 years, while also serving as a police officer.
Jimmy has a B.A. in Religion from Oklahoma Baptist University and a Certificate of Ministry from Emmaus Road Ministry School.
He has conducted over 250 church safety seminars since 2009, at which over a thousand churches have attended. It has been said of his presentation, "...there has never been a stronger call to action..."
Jimmy and his wife of 40 years, Julie, were married at the First Baptist Church of Daingerfield, Texas, the sight of the June 22, 1980 massacre that killed 5 - and injured 10.
Jimmy is also the owner of Sheepdog Seminars. He is privileged to serve with Lt Dave Grossman and Carl Chinn.