We are going to follow a theme for two back to back episodes here On America’s Frontlines of Crime & War so settle in and follow along. Church & Faith Based Security is a specialized niche… in the United States of America faith based security is normally a volunteer in-house consideration rather than a structured corporate or government security program model. That is changing and evolving rapidly as violence creeps into the churches and churches now consider the need to be real.
David Weeter is the President and Founder of Compass Defense International.
An organization mostly specialized in Faith Based Protection Services, training, and consulting nationwide, even worldwide. In fact, to get this interview I had to make the arrangements to jump into a gap while he was traveling and on a detail. With current events as they are I think this topic is important enough to dedicate two episodes to and Faith Based Security is a niche that doesn’t get a lot of attention (partly by design) from our industry so taking a closer look proves interesting.
David Weeter as a licensed Minister and Security Professional walks me thru some of the history around faith based organizational security concerns. He shares tips on taking security programs to the next level inside faith based programs. He shares some great tips on how faith based organizations can start approaching security if nothing is currently in place. David also provides conversations starters about how to accept security duties and make sure it’s not in conflict with belief structures. In addition David and his wife; Lynn, are high ranking associates of the International Krav Maga Federation (IKMF) which allow them to share many unarmed self defense tips with their clients.
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