Police advise local agencies on boosting security measures

| February 13, 2012

Law enforcement officials briefed Jewish leaders at a Feb. 9 security seminar held at the South River offices of the Jewish Federation of Greater Middlesex County.

Local police chiefs urged Jewish institutions to be more vigilant, to take steps to protect themselves, and to form alliances with law enforcement.

Participants at the meeting, held in the wake of a series of anti-Semitic incidents in Middlesex and Bergen counties, included federal, state, county, and local officials and law enforcement personnel.

The program was sponsored by the Middlesex Jewish Community Relations Council and the Jewish Federation of Princeton Mercer Bucks.

“All communities really do the same thing,” said East Brunswick Deputy Police Chief William Krause. “We are in tune. When it comes to protecting targeted groups, we are all on the same page.”



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