churches look to increase security measures in the aftermath of the
Updated: Thursday, June 18, 2015 | Meghan
Lopez In the aftermath of a shooting at a
church in Charleston, South
Carolina, that left nine people dead
and three others injured, religious groups in Texas...
interest in church security after Charleston
massacre Marie Saavedra,
WFAA11:39 p.m. CDT June 18,
Provided)DENTON COUNTY A local security company
geared toward training members of religious congregations has seen
a spike in calls after Wednesday night's tragic shooting...
Training 'gatekeepers' for
June 19, 2015 | Charlie Butts
(OneNewsNow.com)Representatives of several hundred churches are expected
to attend a conference later this summer to learn how to provide
security for their facilities.Chuck Chadwick heads the National Organization of...
Why Some Pastors Bring Their
Guns to the PulpitJosh
Sanburn @joshsanburn June 20,
2015 Stephen B.
MortonAPPolice tape surrounds the parking lot behind the AME
Emanuel Church as FBI forensic experts work the crime scene where
nine were killed in Charleston, S.C., on June 19,
Emergency Preparedness: When a Crisis
StrikesEffective response to emergencies
takes planning. Is your church
Sinderman June 4, 2015It's Sunday
morning. Your sanctuary is full of parishioners whose
attentions are focused on your message. All is calmat least
for the moment.When...
Anyone who is tasked with the safekeeping
of church attendees and children is acutely aware of the increase
in horrifying headlines relating to church crime. Churches are
prime targets for crime because of their open nature, easy access
and limited security measures. It doesn't help that some...
We are pleased to announce
our NEW Church Security Team
training courses. Until now we have reserved our Church Security
Team training only for our churches that have joined our Gatekeeper
Program in Texas. We have
over 247 licensed officers
currently working under the program in Texas which...