KidCheck Secure Children's Check-In Data Security = Strong Passwords

Data Security = Starting With A Strong Password

KidCheck takes strong measures to ensure your children’s check-in password remains secure – by using a multi-part hashing process, and a variety of techniques that protect your information. It’s no secret that keeping your data secure begins with establishing a strong password!  Passwords are the ...
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New to Kidmin? Make Child Safety a Priority

As up and coming children’s ministry leaders finish seminary and head out for jobs or internships, missions, and mentoring opportunities, there’s often a lot of commentary on the top nuggets of wisdom that should be gleaned. Dale Hudson, one of KidCheck’s favorite Kidmin thought leaders recently ...
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KidCheck Secure Children's Check-In Technology Spotlight : Background Checks

KidCheck Spotlight on Background Checks

Volunteers are an essential element in building a strong foundation in children’s ministry. Organizations know that background checks help reduce risk, maintain a safe environment and minimize liability. KidCheck is offering a free, comprehensive, new eBook, “Technology Spotlight: Children’s Check-In” that focuses on helping children’s ministry ...
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Technology and Children's Check-in Free eBook

KidCheck’s “Technology Spotlight: Children’s Check-In”

KidCheck and Church Tech Today are excited to offer a comprehensive, new eBook, “Technology Spotlight: Children’s Check-In” that focuses on helping children’s ministry leaders fine-tune their safety and security protocols. “Technology Spotlight: Children’s Check-In” is a timeless resource that shares information on key topics such as: ...
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KidCheck Secure Children's Check-In Lynda Freeman Guest Post on Child Safety

INCM Dispatch Toolbox Includes KidCheck’s Child Safety Audit

This week, Lynda Freeman of About the Children’s Department shared a great post on the KidCheck Child Safety Audit included in the Dispatch kit from International Network of Children’s Ministry (INCM). In the post, Lynda’s share wisdom from her own personal experiences regarding safety in ...
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Technology and Children's Check-in Free eBook

KidCheck & Church Tech Today Offer a New eBook on Children’s Check-In

Technology and security seem to go hand-in-hand in today’s world.  It’s critical to continue to provide children’s ministry leaders with the most current information on how to set up a secure foundation to protect and provide for the little ones they serve. KidCheck, in partnership with ...
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KidCheck Children's Check-In Child Safety Webinar

KidCheck Offers Free Child Safety Webinar

KidCheck is offering a FREE webinar, “Improving Child Safety in Your Organization.” The webinar is designed to provide insight on today’s leading safety concerns, confronting organizations caring for children. When: Wednesday, May 13th, 2015 Time: 10:00am PT, 11:00am MT, 12:00pm CT, 1:00pm ETDuration: One hourTo Register: (registration is closed… view video) The reality ...
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KidCheck Secure Children's Check-In Data Security

Data Security: Is the information in your child check-in system safe?

If you’re reading this post, there’s a good chance that security within your children’s ministry, is important to you. At KidCheck, we take security very seriously, not just with children’s ministry and the kids themselves, but also with the data that parents provide in their ...
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KidCheck Secure Children's Check-In Easter Check-In & Follow Up

Easter Visitor Check-In and Follow Up

New visitors are a very important part of Easter. It’s a time when those who may not normally attend church with their families, do.  Making sure that visitors (kids, parents, & grandparents) feel welcome, encouraged, and accepted on their first visit is essential. However, what ...
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KidCheck Secure Children's Check-In Incident Reporting

Incident Reporting – A Tool For Improving Child Safety

Children are active! Bumps, bruises, and scrapes are bound to happen with the children in your care. Having a well-designed process to document incidents is imperative and a good tool for improving child safety. Additionally, beyond the minor scrapes, those caring for children have a ...
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