Security Systems

Timothy J. Fancher · February 17, 2017
Three of the most important concepts for a church to consider when building an in-house security team.

WFM Staff · February 06, 2017
Those who participate in our church safety and security survey will be entered to win COMPLIMENTARY PASSES to Safety and Security Conference at WFX 2017 in Dallas, Texas.

Timothy J. Fancher · January 12, 2017
If we are called to protect others by spreading the gospel, by sharing the truth and promises of God’s Word, then don't we have the same obligation to protect ourselves, our loved ones, our friends and our brothers and sisters in Christ if there is a threat here on earth?

By John McNutt · August 02, 2016
The tragic shooting, several years ago, at Sandy Hook prompted the federal government to release three safety guidebooks for K-12 schools, college campuses and houses of worship. Here's a brief synopsis of protocols best implemented by houses of worship.

Martin Sinderman · March 10, 2016
Today’s video surveillance systems can employ security measures without forgoing a house of worship’s welcoming presence.

January 11, 2016
Where and when do security incidents happen in churches? Tips and real life examples by a security professional on this pressing topic.

May 12, 2015

WFM Staff · October 15, 2014
With churches frequently expanding their facilities and campuses, security of physical assets becomes a larger issue. New locking systems can provide a solution to lost keys and help track who is accessing your facilities.

October 13, 2014
Participant will learn the difference between active and passive security measures. Participant will learn about different access control systems; cost of each as well as the pros and cons. Participant will learn about the different types of camera systems available; session will cover cost as well as pros and cons of each system type. Participant will learn ways to take their knowledge of their facility and begin to design a system that is right for their specific needs.

WFM Staff · August 01, 2014
Honeywell’s MAXPRO hybrid network video recorders (NVRs) enable churches to add affordable, flexible and scalable IP video to their houses of worship. NVR Hybrids convert analog feeds to IP without replacing analog cameras, enabling churches to leverage existing analog investments while adding high-quality HD IP video to their systems.

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