Church Facility Risk Checklist
The most comprehensive facility checklist is now available
to you for FREE!
When it comes to church violence and even acts of nature, ignorance is not bliss. 

The first step is understanding your vulnerabilities. Then you can prioritize your responses.

This comprehensive facility checklist will assist your church or organization in identifying those areas of vulnerability.

It is our mission that all churches will be prepared for the unforeseen and be able to answer the call to protect their flock from simple power outages to armed intruders.
You Might Be Wondering...
Who even made this checklist?

This checklist is brought to you by Strategos International. Our faith-based team is led by veterans of law enforcement, the U.S. military, private security and education. 

We have diverse experience serving businesses, schools, churches and law enforcement. Strategos staff speak and train worldwide and are frequently sought out by regional and national media for expert commentary on active shooters, terrorism and crisis response.

Addtionally, our team has extensive experience not only serving on church security teams of all church sizes but in leading church security teams and providing life safety planning, consulting, and protection for arena, stadium and large venue faith based events from 5,000 to over 80,000 attendees.
Do I have to complete the whole checklist?

Of course not! 

We created this comprehensive resource to be valuable for all types and sizes of churches. 

Some areas may not pertain to you or perhaps you will have questions about certain sections - we're here to help!
Can I download this checklist and use it later?

We’re glad you asked! You sure can. Once you request the checklist, a PDF will be sent to you so that you can print it and conduct the assessment when is convenient for you and your leadership.

Ready to Make Your Church Safer?
We’ve trained more than 125,000 people (and counting). Knowledge is power – power to resist and prevail against a violent intruder or other threat.  

When people are trained, they can respond to a threat with confidence and resolve.  

Hope is not a strategy. Action is.
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