As part of Interfaith Week from 8th -15th November. CST - Community Safety Trust are putting on some SAFE (Security Advice For Everyone) webinars that cover all of the key elements of security for places of worship and will include Covid implications. Some of the areas covered are:-
They have developed 2 webinars A+B, each lasting an hour that ideally need you to participate in both – including time for questions. There is also a combined webinar.
Please note that each individual will need to register for the event using their Zoom registration.
The Community Security Trust is the UK Jewish community security organisation. We can trace our roots back 75 years to when a group of Jewish ex-servicemen returning from war were horrified to discover that the racism that had been rife in Britain in the 1930s had not gone away. They set up a group to protect the UK Jewish community and from those beginnings we now have the CST: around 100 professional staff and 2,500 active, trained volunteers providing security at the UK’s 650 Jewish community buildings and 1,000 Jewish community events every year.
CST has shared their knowledge with other faith groups for decades, but since the Christchurch and Sri Lanka attacks we have been inundated with requests to help other communities, including many from police forces, local government and mayors’ offices around the country.
They have responded by delivering security awareness briefings to these faith communities. They call this programme SAFE – Security Advice For Everyone. CST is doing this work because they believe it is right to share their security knowledge with communities that are the target of hate crime. Visit their website for more www.cst.org.uk