Inland Empire Church Security

Inland Empire Church Security

LockNow Church Security serves churches near Inland Empire 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 Inland Empire 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 Inland Empire

The inland empire is a metropolitan area and region in southern california, inland of and adjacent to los angeles. The term may be used to refer to the cities of western riverside county and southwestern san bernardino county, sometimes including the desert communities of palm springs and the rest of the coachella valley; a much larger definition includes all of san bernardino and riverside counties. The u.s. Census bureau-defined riverside-san bernardino-ontario metropolitan area, which comprises riverside county and san bernardino county, california, covers more than 27,000 sq mi and has a population of approximately 4 million. Most of the area’s population is located in southwestern san bernardino county and northwestern riverside county. At the end of the nineteenth century, the inland empire was a major center of agriculture, including citrus, dairy, and winemaking. However, agriculture declined through the twentieth century, and since the 1970s a rapidly growing population, fed by families migrating in search of affordable housing, has led to more residential, industrial, and commercial development. Physical boundaries between los angeles and the inland empire from west to east are the san jose hills splitting the san gabriel valley from the pomona valley, leading to the urban populations centered in the san bernardino valley. From the south to north, the santa ana mountains physically divide orange county from san bernardino and riverside counties. The santa rosa mountains, as well as the southern california portion of the sonoran desert, physically divide riverside county from san diego county. Some definitions for the ie consist of the chino valley, coachella valley, cucamonga valley, menifee valley, murrieta valley, perris valley, san jacinto valley, temecula valley, and victor valley. The population of the greater los angeles area, 7.5 percent black, 5.7 percent asian and 25.0 percent of other or mixed race. 43.9 percent were hispanic of any race. 21.9 percent of the population was foreign born.

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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