By Eric Spacek, JD, ARM “Cyber bullying” — defined by National Crime Prevention Council as using the Internet, cell phones or other devices to send or post text or images intended to hurt or embarrass another person — is a growing epidemic in America. According to National Education Association, cyber bullying affects nearly half of […]
Security of three campuses can be monitored from one location, even from one’s home.
Damages can result in irreversible harm to a congregation’s image and sustainability.
Kansas church relies on concealed carry rather than a professional security team.
Apply both faith and caution overseas — and take out kidnap and ransom insurance.
Every church has someone or a group in charge of safety.
A speed bump that is not clearly marked; a dark area due to improper lighting; or a large pothole that has formed over time are all examples of potential dangers in church parking lots.
During the past 15 years violence has migrated from the workplace through the school system and college campuses and has now set its sights on churches.
Once considered sacred even to criminals, churches are now prime targets for theft. In fact, it’s precisely the trusting nature of church organizations that can make them so vulnerable to crime.