Security advisory issued for Goa churches

| January 21, 2011

Goa archdiocese has issued a security advisory asking all church committees in the state to increase vigilance in and around churches.

The 15-point advisory was issued after police asked Church authorities to step up security following a spate of thefts and desecrations of statues.

“We need to be responsible for our things,” said archdiocese spokesperson Father Franscisco Caldeira.

The advisory states that churches should have at least one security guard from a registered security company on duty at night.

If religious institutions can’t afford to employ a company guard they should use volunteers from their locality.

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