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2020 National
Christian Protectors Conference

March 26-28, 2020 KANSAS CITY, MO

The Only Event In The Country Dedicated To
Christian LEO’s, First Responders, Church And Professional  Security Personnel

What Is The NCPC?

The National Christian Protectors Conference is dedicated to equipping and inspiring protectors to live a courageous faith. This conference packed with 10 tactical training sessions, world-class keynote speakers and nightly worship.

 

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Get All Of These Trainings At One Event!

Tactics & Firearm
Handling

This class focuses on teaching you as a protector to safely handle a firearm in a crowded area to stop a threat without harming inocent lives.

Lowlight Firearms
Applications

Learn how to engage a threat in the dark or in light-challenged areas.  Techniques  taught can help you create multiple tactical dilemmas for an attacker.

Ministry To First
Responders

Sadly suicide, addiction, and relationship issues are all common issues face by protectors and first responders. This class is designed to help you minister to them. 

Crisis Casualty
Care

Learn immediate medical intervention
techniques currently taught by the United States Special Operations Command(SOCOM).

Pastoral
Protection

Learn special executive protection techniques used in to insure the safety of pastoral and guest speakers during a service or presentation.

Church
Security

Learn to keep places of worship safe. Special attention will focus de-escalation,  environmental design, forming a security ministry, and situational awareness.

Compliance And Control

Learn unarmed techniques that can be applied to crisis threat situations. These are practical and applicable skills that can be used in church, in the field, or in any place the protector is serving.

Lockdown
Procedures

This class is designed to teach church security and ministry staff the techniques  to lock out a threat, organize people and staff to get away from a threat, and stop a threat if they are able.

S.A.F.E.
Child Protection

This class is designed to equip
protectors to keep children safe through a wide variety of means. While a church is a
soft target the children’s area is the softest of the soft target.

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Featured Talks & Speakers

Pastor Frank Pomeroy

The Senior Pastor at FBC Sutherland Springs, TX;  Pastor Frank lost is 14 year old daughter along with 25 others in his church community when tragedy struck on November 5, 2017.  Pastor Frank continues to pastor at Sutherland Springs.

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Frank Pomeroy answered his first call as Pastor in June of 2002, after serving in many roles in former churches such as Youth Leader, Deacon Chair, and Adult Sunday School Teacher just to name a few. He Joined FBC Sutherland Springs as the senior pastor after a church split had left the small rural church with just a handful of members. Starting out as a bivocational pastor, he soon gave in to full time ministry after seeing much growth and how great the need was in Sutherland Springs. He is currently still the Pastor there and ministering to the church and community after the tragedy November 5, 2017, that claimed the lives of 26, including his 14 year old daughter and many leaders of the church.
Pastor Frank prayerfully decided in 2011 to pursue his education and applied to college. He started college in 2012, at the age of 46, and finished with a Bachelor’s degree from Texas State in 2016. He has a degree in Biological Anthropology (evolutionary science) which he uses to present God’s word through a theological world view to an academic group who would normally not listen to theology. 
Pastor Frank, along with his wife of 32 years, Sherri, raised 4 biological children, 2 adopted children and several more that came through their home in need of love and a place to stay. The Pomeroy’s have 6 grandchildren who are the light of their lives. 
When not at the church, Frank enjoys spending time with his family, going camping, doing anything outdoors, and riding his motorcycle.

Rev. Barry Young

Barry Young is the vice president of operations for Strategos International and has dedicated his life to helping churches improve security. He has been the director of security at two churches in the Kansas City area and is a law enforcement chaplain. He’s also a black belt in Sho-Lum-Tae Karate. Barry’s goal is for every church in the United States to have a comprehensive security plan and team that goes from the parking lot to the pulpit.

Major Steve Ijames

Major Steve Ijames retired as as Assistant Police Chief with the Springfield, MO Police Department.  He has served on a variety of high profile critical incident and investigative police commissions, has reviewed approximately 3,000 police use of force cases for agencies such as the Los Angeles, Chicago, Phoenix, and Philadelphia Police Departments-and provides policy, training, and litigation consulting in a wide variety of tactical, resistance control, special operations, and agency structure related areas. He most recently served as the police practices/use of force defense expert in the Michael Brown case, originating in Ferguson, MO.   

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Steve Ijames has been a police officer since 1979, and retired as an assistant chief with the Springfield, Missouri Police Department.  Since then he has served as chief of police in Republic and Ozark, Missouri. Ijames has a bachelor’s degree in Criminal Justice, a master’s degree in Public Administration, and is a graduate of the 186th FBI National Academy. 
 
Ijames has served in, supervised, and commanded a variety of assignments including uniformed patrol, criminal investigations, undercover narcotics, and Special Weapons and Tactics (SWAT).  Ijames was an original member of the National Tactical Officers Association (NTOA) board of directors, and created the less lethal force (impact projectiles, chemical munitions, and noise flash diversionary devices) instructor/trainer programs for the NTOA and the International Association of Chiefs of Police (IACP). Ijames is the author of the IACP National Policy Center model policies involving those technologies as well as hostage situations, barricaded subjects, and their position papers on SWAT and patrol rifles. 
 
Ijames has personally applied resistance control measures in police operations ranging from empty hand control to deadly firearm force. Ijames has participated in, supervised, or commanded the service of approximately 2,500 search warrant entries, the resolution of approximately 150 barricaded suspect situations, and the freeing of hostages in seven cases-two involving long rifle deployment and three involving crisis/rescue entry.      
 
Ijames has provided less lethal force, Tactical/patrol Command, and counter terrorism training on behalf of the IACP and the U.S. Department of State across North America and in 33 other countries including such places as Tanzania, Bosnia, Somalia, Haiti, El Salvador, Yemen, Pakistan, Indonesia, and East Timor. 
 
Ijames has served on a variety of high profile critical incident and investigative police commissions, has reviewed approximately 3,000 police use of force cases for agencies such as the Los Angeles, Chicago, Phoenix, and Philadelphia Police Departments-and provides policy, training, and litigation consulting in a wide variety of tactical, resistance control, special operations, and agency structure related areas. He most recently served as the police practices/use of force defense expert in the Michael Brown case, originating in Ferguson, MO.   

Col. Jim Coy, U.S. Army Ret.

Colonel Coy served with the 3rd Group Army Special Forces Airborne and is the former National President of Special Operations Medical Association.

Brock Long

Brock is the former FEMA Administrator under President Trump as well as the former Georgia Statewide School Safety Coordinator.  

Chief Steve Davis

Chief Davis was a Columbine High School First Responder.  He is a 3 time Police Chief and veteran US Army Military Police Officer. 

Featured Talks & Speakers

The Senior Pastor at FBC Sutherland Springs, TX;  Pastor Frank lost is 14 year old daughter along with 25 others in his church community when tragedy struck on November 5, 2017.  Pastor Frank continues to pastor at Sutherland Springs.

Read Full Bio

Frank Pomeroy answered his first call as Pastor in June of 2002, after serving in many roles in former churches such as Youth Leader, Deacon Chair, and Adult Sunday School Teacher just to name a few. He Joined FBC Sutherland Springs as the senior pastor after a church split had left the small rural church with just a handful of members. Starting out as a bivocational pastor, he soon gave in to full time ministry after seeing much growth and how great the need was in Sutherland Springs. He is currently still the Pastor there and ministering to the church and community after the tragedy November 5, 2017, that claimed the lives of 26, including his 14 year old daughter and many leaders of the church.
Pastor Frank prayerfully decided in 2011 to pursue his education and applied to college. He started college in 2012, at the age of 46, and finished with a Bachelor’s degree from Texas State in 2016. He has a degree in Biological Anthropology (evolutionary science) which he uses to present God’s word through a theological world view to an academic group who would normally not listen to theology. 
Pastor Frank, along with his wife of 32 years, Sherri, raised 4 biological children, 2 adopted children and several more that came through their home in need of love and a place to stay. The Pomeroy’s have 6 grandchildren who are the light of their lives. 
When not at the church, Frank enjoys spending time with his family, going camping, doing anything outdoors, and riding his motorcycle.

Pastor Frank Pomeroy

 

Rev. Barry Young

Barry Young is the vice president of operations for Strategos International and has dedicated his life to helping churches improve security. He has been the director of security at two churches in the Kansas City area and is a law enforcement chaplain. He’s also a black belt in Sho-Lum-Tae Karate. Barry’s goal is for every church in the United States to have a comprehensive security plan and team that goes from the parking lot to the pulpit.

Major Steve Ijames retired as as Assistant Police Chief with the Springfield, MO Police Department.  He has served on a variety of high profile critical incident and investigative police commissions, has reviewed approximately 3,000 police use of force cases for agencies such as the Los Angeles, Chicago, Phoenix, and Philadelphia Police Departments-and provides policy, training, and litigation consulting in a wide variety of tactical, resistance control, special operations, and agency structure related areas. He most recently served as the police practices/use of force defense expert in the Michael Brown case, originating in Ferguson, MO.   

Read Full Bio
Steve Ijames has been a police officer since 1979, and retired as an assistant chief with the Springfield, Missouri Police Department.  Since then he has served as chief of police in Republic and Ozark, Missouri. Ijames has a bachelor’s degree in Criminal Justice, a master’s degree in Public Administration, and is a graduate of the 186th FBI National Academy. 
 
Ijames has served in, supervised, and commanded a variety of assignments including uniformed patrol, criminal investigations, undercover narcotics, and Special Weapons and Tactics (SWAT).  Ijames was an original member of the National Tactical Officers Association (NTOA) board of directors, and created the less lethal force (impact projectiles, chemical munitions, and noise flash diversionary devices) instructor/trainer programs for the NTOA and the International Association of Chiefs of Police (IACP). Ijames is the author of the IACP National Policy Center model policies involving those technologies as well as hostage situations, barricaded subjects, and their position papers on SWAT and patrol rifles. 
 
Ijames has personally applied resistance control measures in police operations ranging from empty hand control to deadly firearm force. Ijames has participated in, supervised, or commanded the service of approximately 2,500 search warrant entries, the resolution of approximately 150 barricaded suspect situations, and the freeing of hostages in seven cases-two involving long rifle deployment and three involving crisis/rescue entry.      
 
Ijames has provided less lethal force, Tactical/patrol Command, and counter terrorism training on behalf of the IACP and the U.S. Department of State across North America and in 33 other countries including such places as Tanzania, Bosnia, Somalia, Haiti, El Salvador, Yemen, Pakistan, Indonesia, and East Timor. 
 
Ijames has served on a variety of high profile critical incident and investigative police commissions, has reviewed approximately 3,000 police use of force cases for agencies such as the Los Angeles, Chicago, Phoenix, and Philadelphia Police Departments-and provides policy, training, and litigation consulting in a wide variety of tactical, resistance control, special operations, and agency structure related areas. He most recently served as the police practices/use of force defense expert in the Michael Brown case, originating in Ferguson, MO.   

Major Steve Ijames

Col. Jim Coy, U.S. Army Ret.

Colonel Coy served with the 3rd Group Army Special Forces Airborne and is the former National President of Special Operations Medical Association.

Brock is the former FEMA Administrator under President Trump as well as the former Georgia Statewide School Safety Coordinator.

Brock Long

Chief Steve Davis

Chief Davis was a Columbine High School First Responder.  He is a 3 time Police Chief and veteran US Army Military Police Officer. 

Pricing &  Registration

Venue Information

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