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Annapolis announces new security measures at City Hall after 2018 audit showed need for enhancements

July 22, 2022

The City of Annapolis is implementing new security measures at City Hall. Starting Friday, all visitors will be required to pass through a “100% security checkpoint” at the entrance to the seat of city government at 160 Duke of Gloucester St. Annapolis police officers will conduct the new procedures on all visitors who can either pass through a magnetometer or submit to a wand screening. The equipment is being supplied by the police department.

Article Source: Baltimore Sun

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