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    Tactical Rabbi’s 4 Easy Steps to Protect Your Shul

    With the recent rise in anti-semitic and terror-related attacks on Jewish institutions, Raziel Cohen - "The Tactical Rabbi" presents four easy steps you can take to ensure the safety of your Shul or School. Full Story, Video

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    Y.W., L.A.
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    Y.W., L.A.

    Hatzlacha, Raziel!!

    Also maybe
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    Also maybe

    an accessible phone, a fire exit, bulletproof windows,

    More preventive more training = Less risk.
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    More preventive more training = Less risk.

    Kol hakavod for trying to help our communities be safer. As someone who has been helping with security at a busy shul for a while and talking to experts in this field, I think there are a few important points that were left out. Without going into detail (and intentionally so), there are other important and effective preventive measures which can be taken and preventive is always preferable to reactive. Cunsult experts in preventive security measures to bolster this part of your plan. It is good to have a backup armed response plan inside the shul, however one should consider… Read more »

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    wow

    this guy is amazinggggg shkoyach!!

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    In New York it’s almost impossible to get a carrying license for a gun today. It’s not so simple. Wealthy individuals or police officers can carry. This liberal city does not issue gun licenses to most people. The only solution is to hire armed security guards who are police officers or former police officers. Another solution is a trained attack dog who can jump a shooter. But that is not fees able for a shteeble. Big shuls in isolated areas can keep trained dogs. Cameras around the outer parts of the shul can photograph potential attackers who come to stake… Read more »

    Security options without guns...
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    Security options without guns...

    It is far better to have 100 people with proper training than 100 people with guns and lack of training. Even with firearms, most training does not require live fire and can be done outside of the range. There are many options with and without a budget. I (Yitzy Kasowitz) have been doing private security and a martial arts and firearms instructor for for 25 years. Feel free to contact me for training & alternatives.

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