Rapid Responder Makes an Appearance at Sheepdog Seminar
If you are in the Pacific Northwest region, please join us at the Sheepdog Seminar in Longview, WA this weekend, Saturday, March 12. National Account Executive, Jeff Hicks from Prepared Response, Inc. will be available at the seminar to offer church and place of worship leaders information on the industry leading emergency preparedness system, Rapid Responder.
On Saturday, March 12 from 8am – 5pm, Sheepdog Seminars, and Cowlitz County, WA Sheriff Mark Nelson will bring attendees topics such as preparing for active shooters and child safety during service times. Jeff Hicks will be available in the lobby during the event to speak with guests and provide them with critical information on making their place of worship safer for their congregation and visitors, both during service times and normal workday hours.
“We are offering this seminar to help churches, civic groups and other public venues, recognize the necessity to be prepared for the ever-increasing violence in our society.” – Cowlitz County Sheriff Mark Nelson
Rapid Responder is currently deployed in every public k12 school in Washington State, offering a comprehensive safety plan for the schools and their responding agencies. Rapid Responder is also supported by the National Sheriffs’ Association and widely used in many State-wide Sheriffs’ Associations, including Washington State Sheriffs’ Association.
Come join us as we help prepare our place’s of worship to be safe and secure, continuing their mission with peace of mind and safely opening their doors to the public.
March 12, 2016
8am – 5pm
First Baptist Church
747 Wheeler St.
Longview, WA 98632