Site Vulnerability Analysis
Conducting a site vulnerability analysis is crucial to your church security teams mission success. Most safety teams don’t know to do this and their plan is not as nearly as effective as it should be. We are not all about making money and we want your team to be successful so we are providing you with some free tools to help your team out.
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– Doors leading into area
– Windows looking in to or out of.
– No doors, just threshold
– Raised areas in room (sound booth, stage, etc.)
Which way do they open? In or out?
Is door directly across from another? If so, where does the door across from the door go? Is it a closet, classroom, etc.
Hollow, solid, glass, or a combination
Children’s area door construction
Nursery door construction
Locks on Doors
Deadbolt or knob only
Latch only inside?
Keyed only on one side
Keyed only on both sides?
How do the windows open? Slides up and down, left or right, or does it tilt in?
How large is the opening with the window open? Can a person fit through it?
How many windows in room?
Curtains or blinds present?
Do any windows lead to other rooms or is another window directly across from another?
What is visible from the window? Can you see the parking lot? Can you see the children’s area.
Stairs (how many & where do they lead?
Is it a winding staircase, enclosed staircase, single flight, etc.
Areas & functions (days & times)
Are there any activities in the room or area?
What kind and what times? Such as Sunday school classes, small groups, etc.
Where is the nursery located
Where is the kid’s ministry area located?
Where do any groups meet other than on church service days?
When do these groups meet?
Are there women and children present?
Mirrors, pictures, glass doors
Are there mirrors present in each area or room?
Are there pictures on the walls
Is there glass in the door such as a small window or is the entire door glass?
Is the roof accessible and if so how? From the inside or outside?
How many place inside or outside?
Can those access points be locked or blocked in some manner?
Are there any access panels to the floor or crawl spaces?
Where are the fire extinguishers located?
This is important to know for fire purposes as well as using a FE as a less lethal option
Water main shut offs
Gas main shut offs
Electrical main circuit breakers
Is there a transformer nearby?
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