Crime prevention and church security will be among the topics discussed by Dr. Chester Quarles when he speaks May 9 at Byhalia United Methodist Church.
The event is scheduled for 6 p.m. in the fellowship hall.
“Increasingly, criminals are targeting hours of worship as well as parking lots and facilities related to worship centers,” he said.
Quarles is professor of criminal justice and former CEO of his own full-service private security firm. He has his been with the
“It is not so much doing what is right; it is doing what is wrong in a crisis situation that can get you hurt,” he said.