There was a news item in the Holland Sentinel a few weeks back about the development of a security company specializing in providing services to churchs. Not quite sure what the market would be for this service, I would think that churchs that were already concerned for security might have already hired or worked with an security firm like Securitas or something like that. But this new firm Church Land Security is offering specialization, ideally with expertise in securing churchs, which likely has many differences than securing a business, which general security contractors would focus on. It might ruffle a few feathers if your church installed metal detectors before you entered, so there would be some considerations that would have to be thoroughly thought out. Anyways here is their website (www.churchlandsecurity.com), but I question whether or not it is really the same one that is mentioned in the story, the contact us section has the company based in Texas. I especially like the image of the man pointing a gun right at you on the front page. Classy.
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