New plan aims to protect delivery workers

Kings County District Attorney Charles Hynes introduced a new pilot program today that aims to help protect delivery workers from assailants.Hynes says the Safe Delivery

CLINTON HILL - Kings County District Attorney Charles Hynes introduced a new pilot program today that aims to help protect delivery workers from assailants.

Hynes says the Safe Delivery Program will provide restaurants with cell phones containing a Global Positioning System that links the delivery worker directly to 911 when an alarm is activated.

Ten restaurants will be participating in the pilot program.

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