Christine Sloan
CBS News
March 24, 2010

It’s a novel program designed to improve the safety of senior citizens in New Jersey.

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The program would allow police quick access into a home to help anyone having a medical emergency – without having the break down the door.

“No matter who you are, God forbid you get sick, we can respond immediately,” Franklin Township Police Chief Craig Novick says.

Since the program started a week ago, 20 seniors and people with medical conditions have signed up. It provides peace of mind for their children.


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