A residence’s physical and technical security are crucial priorities for almost every client. While all families make different choices based on their personal preferences with respect to privacy, cost and convenience, most desire a high level of assurance that they are safe and secure in their home and have taken prudent steps to prevent harm or mitigate its impact. For many private clients, this desire to take a prudent approach to physical and technical security also extends to their family offices and businesses.
It is no secret that deadly force incidents at houses of worship are on the rise. Congregations, large and small, are continually evaluating their level of safety and security, vulnerabilities, and attacks as threats continue to change and develop. It is incumbent upon every house of worship to have a team in place as well as plans, protocols, and training for the congregation to address everything from a medical emergency to an intruder threat.
We know that it can be a difficult position for leadership to seek out and develop a team from members of your congregation but no worries, we are here to help. We will guide you through the delicate but detailed process as well as evaluating the physical security of your facility. We customize all plans, and teams so they are specific to your facility, staff, and congregation.
We will see you through the worst. Whether it be a natural disaster or man-made event, both domestically and internationally. The Kulinda Group works closely with clients in industry and government to establish an all-hazards approach to comprehensive, well-defined emergency preparedness, crisis management, business continuity and consequence management plans that span all critical phases – from mitigation and preparedness to response and recovery, both sufficiently integrated and synchronized.
Planning, designing and implementing a highly customized protective security program demands a nuanced approach that respects the goals, preferences, lifestyle and privacy of the executives and individuals afforded protection. It’s also important, in many cases, to fulfill IRS statutory requirements related to executive and corporate protection by validating employer-provided transportation and other business-oriented security concerns.