Kingswood supported us through the security audit process, they really helped us identified areas of improvement and building a detailed list of recommendations to help us improve.
The team have helped us through many security projects and really take time to understand our mission before providing recommendations.
This past year our team went through the CSAT suspicious behavior training hosted by Kingswood Security. It empowered our security team to better understand and identify suspicious behavior in our faith community. The conversational interviewing segment gave them the tools and confidence to respond effectively.
The Kingswood training was great, the sessions were short, concise, and packed with information. Our team left with lots of information and many ideas of what we can accomplish at our church. I would highly recommend Kingswood to other churches.
Kingswood Security Consulting provided Suspicious Behavior and Situational Awareness Training to our church safety team as well as ushers and greeters. The training was informative, the instructor knowledgeable and it provided us with the skills needed to identify suspicious behavior at the church.
The Kingswood team have supported us through several projects at the church, they are knowledgeable and have been great partners in enhancing safety at our facility.
I wasn’t that excited at the idea of spending a Saturday morning at yet another seminar. It didn’t take but a few moments for me to realize that I was exactly where I needed to be. It was very empowering to become aware of the things I can do and that I can share with the volunteers at our church. More importantly, we have now begun to be proactive securing our church. Starting a relationship with Kingswood is truly one of the best things our church has done.
I recently attended a training information session on security for church leaders put on Kingswood Security. Mr. Osamoh put together a professional group of experts that captivated those attending with information and data that kept us talking on how imperative it is that we educate and familiarize ourselves and our church leadership around security and awareness. For anyone considering next steps in church safety I would highly recommend.