Silent Panic Alarms To Be Required At NJ Schools

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New Jersey’s 2,500 public schools will soon be required to have silent panic alarms used to help protect students during emergencies like an active shooter. It will cost between $2.5 million and $12.5 million to install the alarms, according to the non-partisan state Office of Legislative Services . . .

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