Religious Centers

Maintaining an open environment and welcoming atmosphere within the constraints of today’s budgets is a challenge for every religious institution. From the smallest chapels to the largest multi-site worship centers, we offer integrated security solutions that help you meet the challenge. We help you protect the safety of your congregation, staff and visitors—providing peace of mind while also protecting your facilities against incidents that disrupt worship.

We help you manage your resources and safeguard your property, whatever size your building may be. Because our systems can monitor what goes on in and around your facilities, you can focus on providing services to your community.

We can help you fully maximize your return on investment for whatever security system you put into place. Our solutions feature open architecture so they work seamlessly with technologies you already have, whether they’re other products or components designed by third party manufacturers.

Pressure to strengthen safety at houses of worship continues to increase. In addition to facing traditional security threats of vandalism, theft and violence, administrators and security personnel in today’s religious institutions must deal with threats that can escalate into crisis events. We understand your need to effectively secure your facilities and offer solutions that enhance your overall security and help you get the most out of your investment.

We help you manage your equipment and safeguard your property, staff and worshipers. Our operations management systems can monitor what goes on in and around your property by capturing and storing digital images of staff and visitors and detecting attempted break-ins.

Because your facilities may be in use at all hours of the day and night, you must consider the physical well-being of your congregation and visitors. We have solutions to protect your family of congregants—whenever you worship. Our expertise spans across multiple disciplines so it can be used to protect a full range of properties from small to large houses of worship, through multi-building sites and sprawling campuses.

 

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