Jupiter police to get Active Shooter Response system

Posted on March 20, 2018

By: Bill DiPaolo - Palm Beach Post Staff Writer

About $37,000 from federal forfeiture funds for the Jupiter police department to set up an Active Shooter Response system was approved unanimously Tuesday night...

“An active shooter incident is a traumatic and rapidly evolving situation. It requires prompt and professional response to limit death and injury to victims, as well as eliminate the threat posed by a mass murderer,” Police Chief Frank Kitzerow wrote in a memo to Town Manager Matt Benoit.

The wireless and portable "localized alarm system" automatically alerts 200 pre-selected contacts and alerts them to the location when an emergency takes place…

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