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Welcome To Church Security Alliance
Thank you so much for stopping by our website. You probably have questions about how to protect your church, and with recent events, we don’t blame you. We have been helping churches for the past ten years at every level of the process. You may be investigating, planning, or finding a resource to train your team professionally, and Church Security Alliance offers this information in an easy to use format. Our mission is simple: We help pastors and laypersons in the local church improve security and safety for people who come to your campus. We provide affordable options for investigating, planning, and training your security ministry team members. Browse the site, and if you have any questions, feel free to contact us.
Church Security Alliance Has Helped Thousands Of Churches Improve Security.Where Is Your Church In The Planning Process?
"I Am Interested In Starting A Church Security Ministry"
Our free resources help you explore the many ways you can help your church improve security. Every church is different, and there is no cookie cutter approach to improving security for your church. We encourage you sign up for our free membership, so you can quickly access a few videos to help you understand the scope of the problem, things you will need to know before starting out, and a few economical resources we offer that have helped thousands of churches avoid costly mistakes while planning their response to security threats against the local church.
"We Have Decided To Start A Church Security Ministry, But Need Direction."
We know getting to this point has been a challenge. There are so many obstacles to overcome just getting to this point. We offer affordable resources to help you save precious time, get over the obstacles easily, and get your church security ministry off to a successful start. Our “Done For You” Starter Kit has everything you need to quickly assess your security concerns, write a comprehensive security policy and procedure manual, recruit church members to your team, and begin the process of training them to begin serving your faith community in a professional way.
"We Have A Church Security Ministry, But We Need To Train Our Team."
Training your team is vital to reducing liability, performing professionally, and maintaining a safe and secure worship experience. CSA’s Church Security Seminar is a live, hands on experience and focuses upon helping your team members understand their proper function under the law. The 8 hour seminar focuses on several topics including operational duties, verbal de-escalation for disruptive people, liability reduction, how to train your congregation in unarmed active shooter skills, simple escorts, and armed response to active shooters.
We Invite You To Join Church Security Alliance.
Our Individual Membership is an inexpensive investment that will save you a lot of time. It is a full access membership for one person. Having the right information in your hands is the difference between high levels of frustration and wasted time. This membership includes our 100+ page Church Security Basics Ebook (normally $29) with information you need to assess, plan, and start a church security ministry from scratch. You also have access to our Training Video Library. Thousands of church security leaders have used this information as the starting point for their church security ministry. Best practices, equipment choices, training, forum access, and so much more are included in this ebook and is included in your membership. A one time payment of $37, then $37 per year until canceled.
With our Team Membership every member of your team can register for an individual account. Receive The Church Security Basics Ebook & The Church Security Starter Kit – everthing you need to save time, create security and medical team policy manuals, and begin building your team. There are 13 total documents in this kit including a “Done for You” policy template for both security and medical teams, presentations to get church leadership on board, reporting forms, team announcement, interview questions, and a whole lot more. Our members rave about the time savings. All members gain access to the Team Training page, and training videos. Also receive priority notification of church security incidents. $77 for the first year, then $97 per year until canceled.
Church Security Incidents
An attempted armed robbery remains under investigation, after police say a man confronted a pastor during a meeting at a Princess Anne church.read more
A pastor of a Stockton, California church was attacked and robbed by a lone assailant Sunday evening, police reported.read more
When training new people in police work, one of the things most new recruits forget again and again is the flashlight. I usually get that confused puppy look when I suggest to a new officer he grab his flashlight on a bright sunny day at 10 o’clock in the morning.read more
[Video Credit: WKRN] The faster you can intervene when someone is shot or suffering stab wounds, the more likely it is they will survive the incident. The problem is most people have no idea what to do when they see someone bleeding. Not so for Minerva Gonzalez....read more
When Pastor Fred Winters was killed, an armed FBI agent was present, but couldn’t get off a shot. The reason: A congregation member with military training stood up and took him down. In this video I briefly discuss training and why we need to do it better.
Plan, train, document, repeat:read more
Sutherland Springs, Texas - We are grieving with the First Baptist Church in Sutherland Springs, Texas today where a 26 year old man entered the church and began a deadly massacre of worshipers this morning. The church is described as a small community of...read more
In Nashville yesterday, a man familiar to church members shot one church member in the parking lot and made entry through a rear door where he continued on his attempt to kill more people before being stopped by a 22 year old church usher. As of this writing,...read more
Police say a Latham woman attacked a church employee in Albany because her car was towed.read more