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Community Security Service (CSS)

What is the CSS?  Founded in 2007, the nonprofit Community Security Service (CSS) proactively protects the people, institutions and events of the American Jewish community. Partnering with Jewish organizations, governmental authorities and the police, CSS safeguards the community by training volunteers in professional security techniques, providing physical security and raising public awareness about safety issues. CSS has a trained membership of over 3,000 volunteers, representing the rich diversity of the American Jewish community - men and women, students to retirees, the unaffiliated and adherents from all the religious streams of Judaism. Learn more about the CSS @  www.thecss.org 

CSS @ The Bayit: The first group of Bayit members completed their advanced training in Summer 2015 and recruited additional volunteers who were trained and began serving in the winter of 2016. Over the past 5 years, these dedicated men and women have helped ensure the security and safety of our congregants. 

How can I get more involved?  New volunteers, both men and women are always needed to help reduce the workload for our dedicated team.  To learn more about joining email tzvib@thecss.org today!

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