Safety Reviewed at Police, Fire, Sheriff's Buildings

When Michael W. Kennedy staged the ambush at the Sully district police station that killed two police officers last month, he was able to drive directly into the station's back parking lot; a gate that should have prevented him driving into the lot was not working. Now county officials are asking a committee to examine the policies and procedures for security buildings that house public safety operations. The story was in yesterday's Metro section.

By  |  June 5, 2006; 11:58 AM ET  | Category:  Crime , Government , Public Safety
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