U.S. houses of worship increase security after shootings


Some houses of worship are beefing up security following a spate of recent shootings I'm Lisa dwyer with the latest Houses of worship are meant to be places of shelter reflection and peace But after recent high profile shootings nationwide worshippers and leaders are facing uneasy decisions on the best way to guard their sanctuaries One church on laguna Woods California has hired armed security guards They've installed cameras and developed an active shooter plan a gunman opened fire at the church on May 15th killing one and injuring 5 other members of a Taiwanese congregation that met there But all that extra security can come with a hefty price tag the Geneva Presbyterian Church says it is now spending about $20,000 a month for the stepped up security I'm Lisa

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