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The Faith Based Security Network (FBSN) is a religious non-profit organization serving faith-based security and interested law-enforcement professionals with 5 services critical to improving American Faith Based Orgization's readiness. Created by Carl Chinn in August of 2016.
Carl also maintains another website "to help Houses of Worship and Faith-Based Organizations (FBO's) recognize the need for intentional security and to provide simple concepts for starting or improving security programs."
"InfraGard is a partnership between the FBI and members of the private sector. The InfraGard program provides a vehicle for seamless public-private collaboration with government that expedites the timely exchange of information and promotes mutual learning opportunities relevant to the protection of Critical Infrastructure. With thousands of vetted members nationally, InfraGard's membership includes business executives, entrepreneurs, military and government officials, computer professionals, academia and state and local law enforcement; each dedicated to contributing industry specific insight and advancing national security."
The InfraGard San Diego is a FBI-affiliated nonprofit 501(c)3 organization. Our mission is to mitigate criminal and terrorist threats, risks and losses for the purpose of protecting our region’s critical infrastructure and the American people. Founded in 2005, the San Diego chapter covers both San Diego and Imperial Counties and has established itself as a leader nationwide, setting the highest standards for programs, training and education. For the last decade, we have proudly contributed to the safety and security of San Diego via an all-threats, all-hazards approach. At the national level, the InfraGard National Members Alliance was founded in 1996 and now comprises over 80 regional chapters, each linked to a FBI Field Office.
All Incidents Reporting started when a team of people in education, children’s ministry and church security realized that churches did not have an efficient way to document and track important incidents. Any incidents that were being documented were hand-written, filed away in boxes and were nearly impossible to access when needed.
With a background in criminal justice and public safety training, Zap Martin, MBA, founder of All Incidents, realized that the biggest missing piece was the ability to track and learn from documented incidents in order to proactively make changes that would ultimately lead to safer churches and schools.