NASHVILLE, Tenn. (AP) -- Nashville police will have their popular church safety seminar Thursday.
It's the fourth annual gathering for ministers and church administrators. Last year church leaders from Nashville and surrounding counties attended.
Officers will lead a discussion on ways that churches can enhance the safety of clergy, staff and members along with steps to enhance environmental crime prevention.
Additionally, information will be provided on scams that target churches and steps administrators can take to prevent being victimized.
The seminar will be held at St. Edward Church.
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