Great Falls Church Security

Great Falls Church Security

LockNow Church Security serves churches near Great Falls by providing safety planning and training materials to Church Safety Directors and Security Directors.  Locknow provides the resources needed to prepare and implement safety mitigation practices.  This allows church safety teams to evaluate their facility and structure a safety plan that fits their needs.  No need for safety team members to do exhaustive research seeking safety plans, we structure the process for you.   

Locknow Church Security provides services to churches of all sizes across the Great Falls area. Our church safety package is structured and easy to adapt to fit your facility’s needs. Our training has been developed with a wealth of experience, resources and collaboration in the safety, security and education professions.

Randy is a school administrator and school protection officer with over 25 years of experience.  He has experience in teaching facility safety practices and communication.   He is a certified instructor and provides safety training for churches, schools and businesses.   

What We Do:

Church Security | Church Security Training | Church Security Guidelines | Church Security Ministry | Church Safety and Security | Safe Church Training | Church Safety and Security Plans | Church Active Shooter Plans

About Great Falls

Great falls is a city in and the county seat of cascade county, montana, united states. The 2017 census estimate put the population at 58,638. The population was 58,505 at the 2010 census. It is the principal city of the great falls, montana metropolitan statistical area, which encompasses all of cascade county and has a population of 82,278. Great falls was the largest city in montana from 1950 to 1970, when billings surpassed it. Great falls remained the second largest city in montana until 2000, when it was passed by missoula. Since then great falls has been the third largest city in the state. Great falls takes its name from the series of five waterfalls in close proximity along the upper missouri river basin that the lewis and clark expedition had to portage around over a ten-mile stretch; the effort required 31 days of arduous labor during the westward leg of their 1805-06 exploration of the louisiana purchase and to the pacific northwest coast of the oregon country. Each falls sports a hydroelectric dam today, hence great falls is nicknamed. Currently there are two undeveloped parts of their portage route; these are included within the great falls portage, a national historic landmark. The city is home to the c. M. Russell museum complex, the university of providence, great falls college montana state university, giant springs, the roe river, the montana school for the deaf and the blind, the great falls voyagers minor league baseball team, and is adjacent to malmstrom air force base. The local newspaper is the great falls tribune. Great falls is located near several waterfalls on the missouri river. It lies near the center of montana on the northern great plains. It lies next to the rocky mountain front and is about 100 miles south of the canada-us border. According to the united states census bureau, the city has a total area of 22.26 square miles, of which, 21.79 square miles is land and 0.47 square miles is water. As of the census of 2010, there were 58,505 people, 25,301 households, and 15,135 families residing in the city. The population density was 2,684.9 inhabitants per square mile. There were 26,854 housing units at an average density of 1,232.4 per square mile. The racial makeup of the city was 88.5% caucasian, 1.1% african american, 5.0% native american, 0.9% asian, 0.1% pacific islander, 0.6% from other races, and 3.8% from two or more races. Hispanic or latino people of any race were 3.4% of the population.

If your church is seeking assistance with enhancing security measures, feel free to contact us at Our team specializes in providing comprehensive safety solutions for churches, schools, and businesses. We are dedicated to helping you create a secure and welcoming environment that allows your congregation to worship and grow with peace of mind.

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