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Safety and Security

CORONAVIRUS UPDATES: Please click here for an updated resource list on how to protect your congregation and community from Coronavirus.

USCJ is committed to helping your congregation provide a safe, secure environment for your staff and members. Now more than ever, our communities must be prepared to handle any threat or emergency. We’re here to help you develop customized plans that address potential threats and give you immediate access to resources in your local communities, neighboring communities, and around the world.

USCJ partners with Secure Community Network (SCN), offering congregation resources on safety and security planning, threat assessment, and rapid notification.

Preparation & Response to Antisemitic Incidents 

In partnership with the Federation of Jewish Men’s Clubs (FJMC), United Synagogue of Conservative Judaism (USCJ), and the Women’s League for Conservative Judaism (WLCJ), ADL (the Anti-Defamation League) has developed a practical toolkit for synagogues and congregations to prepare and respond to acts of antisemitism. The guide includes checklists, religious texts to turn to during difficult times, and other resources to assist you in preparation or response.

Click Here to access website to download our shared toolkit and click here to access the incident reporting website.

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