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PLACE OF WORSHIP SECURITY 

From ancient times to today's active shooter training, place of worship training has always been a hot topic in some shape or form. 

Our training and security evaluations are intended to help all sizes of churches with the training of their volunteer members. 

Our programs can cover a number of possible topics that include:

  • Individual handgun skills and qualifications 

  • Concealed carry techniques 

  • Non-lethal weapons 

  • Overall church safety 

  • Screening of visitors 

  • Active shooter response 

  • Lock downs 

  • Security assessments 

  • Evacuation procedures 

  • Use of force 

  • Security team training 

  • Control/restraint techniques 

All related subjects can be tailored for your individual needs. Below are the three options that we offer for places of worship. Please call or fill out the request for more information.

BE SAFE, BE SMART!

01

ASSESSMENT/SECURITY ANALYSIS

An 8-hour interactive block of instruction, identifying various security concerns related to places of worship. Examples of topics covered are: a layered approach to violent acts, physical security concerns, policy and procedures, enhancements, addressing active shooter concerns, lethal and less lethal approaches

02

WORKSHOP

An 8-hour interactive block of instruction, identifying various security concerns related to places of worship. Examples of topics covered are: a layered approach to violent acts, physical security concerns, policy and procedures, enhancements, addressing active shooter concerns, lethal and less lethal approaches

03

TRAINING

C2 provides training of various levels of lethal and less lethal training. All training is conducted in a block style format, which will allow students to grasp tactics and procedures fully. This format allows for individuals to build the knowledge necessary to facilitate their own future training needs. Examples of topics covered are: firearms safety guidelines, firearms nomenclature, basic hand gun shooting skills, use of force, and active shooter procedures. This course can be specifically tailored to meet your facility's needs.