The Secure Community Network (SCN), the network of Jewish communal security professionals, national security experts, and religious leaders hosted a series of conversations to aid preparedness for the unique High Holiday season amidst the ongoing pandemic.


To access webinar recordings, click on the headers correlating to the webinar titles below. Below each header, please find resources covered in each webinar.

High Holidays Safety & Security Resources

Webinar recordings and resources will be made available following the conclusion of each session


Securing the Synagogue: Guidance for Synagogue Professionals & Security Committees

Suspicious Activity Reporting

Facility Self-Assessment Tool

Low-Cost/No-Cost Facility Security Guidance

Civil Unrest Facility Preparedness Guidance

Emergency Procedures Pocket Card


High Holidays in the Ongoing COVID Environment: How to Secure Outdoor Prayer Services & Programming

Outdoor Services & Events Checklist

Active Shooter Attacks: Security Awareness for Soft Targets and Crowded Places

Vehicle Rammings: Security Awareness for Soft Targets and Crowded Spaces

Mass Gatherings: Take Charge of Your Personal Safety!

Bag Search Procedures Guide for Jewish Community Facilities & Events

Back to Business: A Jewish Community Guide for Reopening Facilities and Resuming Operations in the Age of COVID-19

Power of Hello Guide for Houses of Worship


Firearms & the Faithful

Firearms & the Faithful


Cyber Preparedness for the High Holidays

How to Spot a Phishing Scam

Video Conference Best Practices

Cyber Security Checklist

Social Media Awareness


Creating Security & A Feeling of Safety for All: Diversity, Equity, & Inclusion Considerations for High Holiday Security


Personal Safety for Lay & Professional Leadership During High Holidays

Leadership Safety Guide

Low-Cost/No-Cost Safety and Security Measures for Individuals and Families

Home Safety Plan

Emergency Financial Preparedness Toolkit


Committing to Action: A Training on Situational Awareness & Countering Active Threats