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Category Archives: Resources

Church Safety Team Performance Form

09 Nov 2015
It is important to evaluate your team on a regular basis. This free document will help you get started on evaluating your team. Team performance

Church Safety Team Daily Checklist

09 Nov 2015

Church Safety Team Daily Checklist

Your team needs to conduct certain tasks every day. This free church security team checklist will get you headed in the right direction. Of course, this list needs to be modified to your teams specific needs.

Team Daily Checklist PDF

1. TEAM Prayer (this happens at least one hour before anyone else gets to the church)

2. Roll call

3. Intel updates (anything that could be a potential threat such as a marital dispute, change in service, etc.)

4. Team assignments (positioning)

5. Changes in team schedule for the day

6. Weapons and light check

7. Radio sync and check

8. Sweep sanctuary for IED’s and anything out of the ordinary

9. Children’s area sweep and lockdown codes in place

a. Look for obstructions for room entry.

10. Parking Lot Patrol rotation

11. Lock up conducted

Church Risk Assessment

09 Nov 2015

Church Security Team Risk Assessment

When developing a church safety team plan you need to conduct a risk assessment on your church. It is important to look at your church from aspects you may have never thought of before. This is a short list of things that you need to consider.


The purpose of the risk assessment is to prompt you to think about the potential threats you might not have thought about. When assessing the risks, you must also conduct a site vulnerability analysis.

1. Is your church outspoken on controversial issues such as abortion, gays and lesbians, etc.?

2. Are you located in an area that may have “religious” issues which these days is “Christian” issues?

3. Does your church offer counseling for troubled marriages and families?

4. Is the area you are located a high crime area?

5. Do you have functions where it is only women and children at your church?

6. How often do you host weddings, family reunions, and funerals?

7. Do you have large cash offerings?

8. Do you have families with child custody issues?

Church Safety Incident Report

09 Nov 2015
Documenting every incident is extremely important to protect yourself from lawsuits as well as your church. No incident is too small to document. If you have words with someone or notice someone having a verbal altercation, you need to document it. There is no such thing as “too much” documentation. Security Incident Report

Incident Report Log

09 Nov 2015
This is a sample incident report log. Each incident should have a report filed and this document is a ledger to the report. It is very important to have both documents filled out and kept in a safe place accessible only by the security team. Incident Report Log