With all the craziness in today’s world, starting a security function for your church is prudent. According to a recent survey, around 4 in 5 Protestant pastors in the U.S. say their church has some type of security measure in place when they gather for worship. But what type of security measures need to be in place? What are the churches that participated in the survey doing? Where do you start?
Look no further we provide a comprehensive security assessment, which is an on-site evaluation, for your house of worship. The assessment is used to determine the current security posture, identity vulnerabilities, identify the required protection, and make recommendations to improve the security operation.
Security assessments are required to apply for nonprofit security grant program funding for target hardening and other physical security enhancements.
MMSS has over 15 years of experience conducting comprehensive security assessments for houses of worship, Christian schools, corporate centers, nuclear facilities, and utilities.