Christian Security Network partners with Safe Advantage

The Christian Security Network, an organization dedicated to advancing security initiatives in Christian churches and schools, announced this week that it as partnered with Safe Advantage as a part of its Safe Churches Project.

According to a statement issued by the organization, the Safe Churches Project was launched to educate churches about the importance of conducting background checks to minimize legal and financial risks.

As a part of the partnership, when churches now join the Safe Churches Projects, they will be given access to Safe Advantage Services’ databases, which will allow them to conduct thorough and affordable background checks on potential employees. The company will also handle dispute resolution on behalf of the churches at no additional charge.

“The Safe Churches Project has partnered with multiple faith-based, educational and volunteer organizations to help facilitate safe environments within their organizations,” said Mark Myers, chief operating officer and general manager of Safe Advantage Services. “The Christian Security Network’s focus on educating Christian churches, ministries and schools on practical security and safety issues, combined with the great reputation of the organization, made it a natural partner for the Safe Churches Project and First Advantage Corporation.”