Ok so i have read a couple of posts already about this, nothing is talked about in the church handbooks about this.
Would like to set up CCTV for the building, we get problems a lot, and we already use priesthood to prevent it, but we cant protect the building 24/7.
What i have read and gathered states that if the ward can finance it, then its ok.
So my question is, do the church have any policy for security camera's?
We would like external ones (Which i know is ok, because other wards have them), but how about internal, not all around the building, but for main open area's like Foyer.
Any help here would be grateful.
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You can get better information regarding this from your local FM Group. There is a limitation on what is permitted with the interior of the building because the Church wants to limit anything that negatively impacts the esthetics of the building interiors. The idea is to create and maintain an environment that is conducive to worship and spiritual instruction.
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