Church Security, House of Worship Security Vulnerability Assessment Software
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Church Security & House of Worship Security

For pastors, priests, rabbis, religious leaders, teachers, and their staff members, this site is for you. Churches, temples and other houses of worship face unique security challenges and are all subject to crime. Church Security and Safety should be a priority in all Houses of Worship (HoW). If not, security plans and improvements will seldom be made, leading to vulnerability, and when you least expect it, a loss event occurs. Rather than being proactive with formalized security plans in place, lack of planning for a church or improper reaction to loss events at a house of worship can lead to - misery for some - and various levels of liability resulting in costly legal proceedings for others. The purpose of this site is to provide tools to raise church and house of worship security awareness to help plan, reduce risk and threat and increase church / house of worship security and safety for all.

For starters, we have an excellent Church Security / House of Worship Vulnerability Assessment Program (below). No obligation. Plan to start making security improvements today to help reduce loss events, reduce liability and even costly legal proceedings. See for the first time - a security survey, vulnerability assessment program and a risk assessment all in one!

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Free - Church Security - House of Worship Security Assessment Program Updated October, 2014! 32 Bit Version

Free Download
Free - Church Security - House of Worship Security Assessment Program Updated October, 2014! 32 Bit Version
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Just Updated 10-26-2014 for Excel 32Bit Version

Click "ADD TO CHART" below to order your free download. After you submit the order, the Download Link will appear at the lower left side of the receipt page under the "Downloads" section.

After you have downloaded the file:
  1. Double click on the ZIP file you downloaded: ***The program will not work if you try starting it in the compressed format.***
  2. Click on the “Extract” option to remove all the files from the ZIP folder. ***Make sure the files are stored in the same folder: ***the program will not work unless all  files are in the same folder ***
  3. Click on the file icon named “SE-HoW-Vulnerab…....exe”.
  4. The program will open, displaying the end user license agreement. Agreeing to the terms of the user license is necessary prior to starting the program.
  5. After you agree to the terms the program will open Microsoft Excel ready for use.
READ THE USER GUIDE BEFORE USING THE PROGRAM.

THIS IS COMPILED MICROSOFT EXCEL WORKBOOK.
Specifications
Requires Microsoft Excel 2010 or higher.
Features Benefits
The threat assessment divided into two sections. Save data by exporting with file encryption.
The first section goes through a series of security related questions. Covers many different aspects of House of Worship Security.
Answered the questions, the program plots out a stacked bar chart. A Picture says a thousand words.
Second section branches off into probability and impact Bubble Chart - helps conceptualize and prioritize needed improvements
Two sets of reports (Vulnerability and Probability) Filter data for Final reports - producing a "snapshot" of the different vulnerabilities and probability of an associated loss event and the related impact if it occurs.
For 32 Bit Version of Excel For 32 Bit Version of Excel
For Excel 64 Bit Version

Free - Church Security - House of Worship Security Assessment Program Updated October, 2014! 64 Bit Version

Free Download
Free - Church Security - House of Worship Security Assessment Program Updated October, 2014! 64 Bit Version
Click to enlarge image(s)
Just Updated 10-26-2014 for Excel 64 Bit Version

Click "ADD TO CHART" below to order your free download. After you submit the order, the Download Link will appear at the lower left side of the receipt page under the "Downloads" section.

After you have downloaded the file:
  1. Double click on the ZIP file you downloaded: ***The program will not work if you try starting it in the compressed format.***
  2. Click on the “Extract” option to remove all the files from the ZIP folder. ***Make sure the files are stored in the same folder: ***the program will not work unless all  files are in the same folder ***
  3. Click on the file icon named “SE-HoW-Vulnerab…....exe”.
  4. The program will open, displaying the end user license agreement. Agreeing to the terms of the user license is necessary prior to starting the program.
  5. After you agree to the terms the program will open Microsoft Excel ready for use.
READ THE USER GUIDE BEFORE USING THE PROGRAM.

THIS IS COMPILED MICROSOFT EXCEL WORKBOOK.
Specifications
Requires Microsoft Excel 2010 or higher.
Features Benefits
The threat assessment divided into two sections. Save data by exporting with file encryption.
The first section goes through a series of security related questions. Covers many different aspects of House of Worship Security.
Answered the questions, the program plots out a stacked bar chart. A Picture says a thousand words.
Second section branches off into probability and impact Bubble Chart - helps conceptualize and prioritize needed improvements
Two sets of reports (Vulnerability and Probability) Filter data for Final reports - producing a "snapshot" of the different vulnerabilities and probability of an associated loss event and the related impact if it occurs.
For 64 Bit Version of Excel For 64 Bit Version of Excel

Lt. Col. Dave Grossman talks about church security.

Chruch Security Program (HoW)

Church Security and ASIS - CPP & PSP Recertification Points:

CPPs  and PSPs - Conducting a Church Security  / House of Worship vulnerability assessment can earn you recertification points. Using this program can help. Contact ASIS International for more details. Ask about the House of Worship program and "Community Service" for credits toward your recertification. 

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