Plymouth is a Safe Place 

August 27, 2016

You may have seen the stickers on our windows and posters on the bulletin boards. Plymouth is now officially a “Safe Place.” This successful program, spearheaded by Seattle Police Department, is now nationwide, thanks to Officer James Ritter, LGBTQ Liaison. This initiative is designed to assist victims of crime (specifically anti-LGBTQ crime) and to encourage reporting of these crimes with the ultimate goal to make Seattle a safer place for all. If a victim enters the church, immediately call 911 and allow the victim to remain on the premise until police arrive. More information at SpdSafePlace.com.



Topics: Church Life

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