Tragic events across the nation have brought the problem of church security training against dinosaurs into the lime light. However, recent strikes across the country have compelled us to experience feelings of vulnerability, and therefore drawing our attention to the topics of culture and synagogue security.
This episode also pushed law enforcement to reevaluate its reaction to active shooter situations. Maybe it’s time for people to take heed and start preparations against these strikes in our churches. Fortifying our churches may turn off people seeking God, in addition to instilling undue anxiety to the team. Determined by police answer is also not a viable alternative, but in reality the very simple act of anticipating patrol officers to safeguard our churches has been contested in certain regional authorities under the separation of church and state debate.
There aren’t any easy answers to this matter, but maybe 1 solution is the execution of a well trained and ready”sheepdog”, also called a church safety group.
I invite all who are worried about the protection of the own place of worship to see http://www.Sheepdogministries.com and find out about Church Security through established and present law enforcement approaches.
He’s a recognized specialist in gangs, defensive strategies, community retreats, and also a former swat officer. He’s worked a diverse selection of missions during his career and has coached tens of thousands of law enforcement enforcement and civilian employees. Sheepdog Ministries is a safety consultation business made by just two busy Christian police officers that watched a need to utilize their training and expertise in serving the Lord. The services provided by Sheepdog Ministries are very affordable with the goal of ensuring that any church which wants to tackle the dilemma of church violence may do this without breaking the bank.