County Police Team Up With Synagogues

| July 27, 2009

A program to build a database of information for critical facilities is under way in Maryland and Baltimore County is the first county to implement the program — the Constellation/Automated Critical Asset Management System (C/ACAMS).

As part of the effort, the county’s police department has initiated an outreach to synagogues.

So far, Beth El Congregation is participating and, at a meeting last week at Temple Oheb Shalom, Ken Davidson, its executive director, sat with the two county police officers in charge to learn more about the program.

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