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2014 Annual Report


 

Princeton Police to Implement Operation Blue Angel Emergency Access Program

The Princeton Police Department is happy to announce the availability of the Operation Blue Angel program for Princeton residents.  This free program is open to those who are 55 years of age or older and live alone or be alone for extended periods of time on a regular basis; or for people with a medical condition(s) that could lead to incapacitation and who live alone or who are alone for extended periods of time on a regular basis.

The program consists of a lockbox, which will be owned and maintained by the Police Department, which will be placed on the participant’s front door by Police personnel.  The lockbox will contain a key to the residence (which the resident must supply).  The key will only be accessed by responding police officers in the event of an emergency where officers cannot access the residence.    The Operation Blue Angel program lockbox will not be accessed for lock-outs or any other non-emergent situation.

Any interested Princeton residents are encouraged to print out the Operation Blue Angel program form; read and review the waiver and requirements; then please return the completed form to:

Princeton Police Department
Attention:  Operation Blue Angel Program Coordinator
1 Valley Road
Princeton, NJ 08540

An officer from the Police Department will be in touch regarding your acceptance/participation in the program.  Any questions concerning the program please call (609) 921-2100 x1887.

OPERATION BLUE ANGEL PROGRAM FORM