SAFE shares CST’s security knowledge with groups outside the Jewish community that are vulnerable to violent extremism or hate crime.

The threat of terrorism is all too real in today’s world. Everyone has the right to lead their life in safety and security.

SAFE Webinar Programme 

A series of nine free one-hour security webinars delivered by CST. Whilst the webinars can be watched in any order we recommend starting with ‘Introduction to the SAFE programme’ or ‘Basic security for your place of worship’. 

Who should attend?

Our programme will be of interest to any member of a community that feels vulnerable to hate crime and violent extremism. This will include people who regularly attend a place of worship, and in particular community leaders, managers of places of worship and people who wish to become involved in making their community and place of worship as safe as possible.

DateTimeSession titleDescription 
03.11.202114:00Online securityHow to protect yourself and your community from online threatsRegister
10.11.202119:00Hate crime and your communityHow to deal with racial and religious hatred – especially in the digital ageRegister
18.11.202112:00Trustee Duties and Security for Places of WorshipTogether with the Charity Commission for England and WalesRegister
19.01.202219:00Personal safety and security for everyoneSimple tips to keep you safe during your busy daily lifeRegister
26.01.202214:00Event security for your communityAppropriate security measures to ensure the safety of large numbers of peopleRegister
02.02.202219:00Exploring the Far RightAn exploration of the current state of the far right in the UKRegister
09.02.202214:00Basic securityAn introduction to security for places of worship and faith communitiesRegister
16.02.202219:00Organising securitySecurity and risk management, and how to develop a security planRegister

Contact SAFE

Email [email protected]

Phone 0800 032 8456

Twitter @SAFE_CST

LinkedIn Safe by CST

To find out more about the work of SAFE download the About SAFE leaflet

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