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: Sheepdog Church Security serves the Church by providing training materials to part-time Church Safety / Security Directors. We give them the tools they need to provide reputable and realistic training to their Church Safety Team members without spending hours researching and developing courses from scratch.

: Sheepdog Church Security serves the Church by providing training materials to part-time Church Safety / Security Directors. We give them the tools they need to provide reputable and realistic training to their Church Safety Team members without spending hours researching and developing courses from scratch.
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United States

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: Sheepdog Church Security serves the Church by providing training materials to part-time Church Safety / Security Directors. We give them the tools they need to provide reputable and realistic training to their Church Safety Team members without spending hours researching and developing courses from scratch.

Language:

English

Contact:

612-470-7364


Episodes

CSRC086: Kidnapping form Church

1/15/2018
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Being a church does not make the congregation or the building immune from kidnapping. On the contrary, it may make it a target. Since the church itself is a target location for kidnappers, how can we harden our church against kidnapping?

Duration: 00:24:43


CSRC085: Protecting Children from Disaster

1/8/2018
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It is natural for us to think of how to protect our children from kidnapping, shooters, and sexual abuse, but we need to give thought to how to protect them from disasters. Waiting until the storm descends, the ground shakes, or the smoke and flames rise may be too late. To protect children from disaster, we must prepare for disaster.

Duration: 00:18:10


CSRC084: Child Abuse

1/3/2018
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Of all the topics making headlines in 2017, one especially stands out: Sexual Abuse. This could easily be the news topic of the year. The saddest kind of abuse – any type of abuse – is the abuse of children and vulnerable adults. When we mention any kind of child abuse in a church, one reaction is, “Oh no! Not here!” but the sad reality is that “It CAN happen here.”

Duration: 00:20:32


CSRC083: Use of Force

12/19/2017
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A special podcast answering your questions about use of force in your church safety and security ministry.

Duration: 00:15:47


CSRC082: Christmas Challenges

12/12/2017
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A “Grinch” could be anyone coming in to cause a disruption or some other kind of disturbance. This applies not only to deadly force attacks, but other violations of the sanctity of a place of worship, such as child abduction, domestic violence, sexual molestation, and theft. We may be tempted to say, “Ain’t no Grinches come in here,” but we must be on the lookout for them anyway.

Duration: 00:16:28


CSRC081: Winter Holiday Safety

12/5/2017
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“Safe for the Holidays” is our theme for December. The entire month is in the “Holiday Season” from Thanksgiving Day to New Year’s Day. This is a special time for churches and synagogues. During this season, most churches are busy with many activities. All of these draw people from outside the congregation, even those who normally do not attend church. This presents special challenges for safety and security.

Duration: 00:19:43


Special Podcast: Neutralizing an Active Shooter

11/28/2017
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Special Podcast: Neutralizing an Active Shooter by Sheepdog Church Security

Duration: 00:18:15


CSRC080: Stop the Rampage

11/20/2017
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Attacks on churches with deadly force in recent years should be a lesson learned. Places of worship – no matter their religion – can and will be attacked. This is not just an increase in neighborhood crime: deadly force attacks on churches themselves are more frequent and more intense. And the question many are asking is: “Where is the security?”

Duration: 00:24:42


CSRC079: Survival Instincts

11/16/2017
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Security guards and safety team volunteers are expected to be trained in preventing and stopping a deadly attack, but they can only do so much. The church staff, leaders, and congregation should know what to do in case of an attack. If a lockdown is called for, not everyone is in a room which can be locked. How would they know what to do?

Duration: 00:21:20


CSRC078: Katie Bar the Door

11/8/2017
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Not only do churches have walls around the grounds and buildings, but also within the building. In the event of a violent person on the rampage inside the building, these walls and doors also serve as defensive measures. We do not want an active killer to target our church, but we do want to be ready for it … just in case. Is your church ready?

Duration: 00:20:16


Texas Church Shooting

11/6/2017
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Sutherland Springs, TX – Masked Gunman kills 26 people in church Congregants from First Baptist Church were gathered for their Sunday morning worship service when a masked gunman entered the building and began firing. The shooter, Devin Kelley, began firing on the outside of the building and then entered the church and continued firing. As he exited the church, an armed neighbor began shooting at Kelley and hit him. He fled in his vehicle and crashed soon after. He was found dead in his...

Duration: 00:23:11


CSRC077: Inspect the Walls

10/31/2017
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In Bible times, strong walls and gates were a vital part of a city’s defense. And within a city was at least one fortress for holding out if the enemy got into the city. Our church facilities should help us defend against an active killer. Is your church ready?

Duration: 00:18:21


CSRC076: Ready When Needed

10/24/2017
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Proverbs 27:12 stresses the wisdom of foreseeing the likelihood of trouble and preparing for it. The writer of 1 Chronicles commended members of the tribe of Issachar for knowing what to do in their time. Our times are perilous times for churches, and it is wise to be prepared for these times.

Duration: 00:26:14


CSRC075: Get Them Out

10/15/2017
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What if there was a fire at your church? With 50, 100, 400, or more people inside your church building– how do we avoid panic and chaos. How can we be sure that everyone gets out safely? If there is a fire, how will they be alerted? And how do we know who got out?

Duration: 00:19:49


CSRC074: It's in the Plans

10/13/2017
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Fire is only one of many risks a church faces or may face. But fire is more likely than many other risks. There are many places in and around a church building where a fire may start, and many potential causes, ranging from lightning to arson. Is your church ready to respond to a fire?

Duration: 00:21:17


CSRC073: Fire Extinguishers

10/3/2017
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Fire extinguishers are now standard fire safety equipment for businesses, homes, vehicles, government offices, schools, and churches. However, just having an extinguisher in the place does not guarantee its effectiveness. People must know where the fire extinguishers are and know how to use them and maintain them.

Duration: 00:19:26


CSRC072: Firestop – Stopping Fires Before They Start

9/26/2017
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There are cases when a building should to be brought up-to-date, such as when local building and fire codes are amended. Even if a church is legally exempt, it is good stewardship to make the building a safe place. Listen to this podcast for tips on how to make your church building safe.

Duration: 00:21:21


CSRC071 - Patrol and Response

9/19/2017
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Today, most church safety teams have two-way radios. In an emergency, such as guiding people to shelter in severe weather, they are essential. When a few team members on duty are stationed in different places in the church and on the campus, or are on patrol, radios are the most efficient means of communicating, whether remaining in place or moving around.

Duration: 00:18:25


CSRC070 - Meeting Expectations

9/12/2017
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A Church Safety & Security Ministry is no exception for expectations. Since a “safety ministry” has been started, the membership and leadership of the congregation expect to be kept safe. The Safety Committee expects the Safety Director to guide the Safety Team effectively. And the Safety Team is expected to follow policies and procedures and use wisdom in protecting the flock.

Duration: 00:20:55


CSRC069 - Get on Board

9/5/2017
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This month’s subject is the Church Safety Volunteer Academy, a course for training both new and present Safety Ministry members. This week, we focus on the process of becoming a member of the Safety Ministry, including the biblical basis, the call, the application, and the qualifications.

Duration: 00:19:36

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