N.J schools, police go high-tech to combat terrorism

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BERKELEY TOWNSHIP — Police in New Jersey are employing a new technology that will be at the touch of their cell phones to help them better respond at scenes of terrorism and other scenes of mass casualties where good communication and the quick deployment of officers is critical. The Ocean County Prosecutor’s Office on Wednesday rolled…

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