Security and Crime Prevention
You strive to make your organization a safe haven for those you serve. But, crime can strike at any time, leaving lasting scars and shaking your people's trust.
Helping you protect your people and property from criminal acts is also a top priority for us. We've assembled valuable information and resources that can help you reduce your risks and deter the threat of crime, so you can stay focused on your mission.
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Gain insight on keeping your people and organization safe with the following security and crime prevention resources.
Crime Proof Your Worship Center - Video
Preventing Fraud and Embezzlement at Your Worship Center - Video
Discover ways you can identify red flags that could signal embezzlement, understand the techniques that are used to steal from worship centers and use best practices for preventing fraud and embezzlement.
Use the materials below to assess your organization's strengths and weaknesses related to safety and crime prevention.
Protective services to reinforce your safety efforts
Church Mutual has partnered with the following organizations to provide industry-leading services. From active assailant training and crisis management to cybersecurity coverage and pre-employment screening, we've got you covered.
PULL FOR POLICE™ Armed Intruder Emergency Service
Armed intruder attacks can happen anywhere at any time, typically with little or no warning.
In response, we've developed the PULL FOR POLICE Armed Intruder Emergency Service. This NEW program includes a responsive device that connects to an active CM Sensor® kit and notifies local law enforcement of an armed intruder situation within seconds of being pulled.
Browse the following topical resources for more information on keeping your organization safe.
- Offering wireless internet service for your congregation
- Risk Alert: Hackers attack an innocent victim every 39 seconds
General Crime Prevention
- Risk Reporter talks with Jack Cohn about secure collection handling
- Risk Alert: Who would steal from us?