East Windsor Township Sponsors Gun Safety Program Free Gun Lock Distribution
Published on Feb 22, 2017 at 01:00p.m.
Mayor Janice S. Mironov announced that East Windsor Township is sponsoring a Gun Safety Program, through which gun locks will be distributed free of charge to any East Windsor resident, during the month of March.
According to Mayor Mironov, “This is a pro-active initiative, geared to promote and provide improved gun safety. These locks if properly used by lawful gun owners can help prevent accidental deaths or injuries in the home, as well as deaths and injuries caused by the intentional misuse of guns.”
Mayor Mironov added, “The use of gun locks is a no-brainer, which keeps guns out of the hands of children and helps prevent unnecessary tragedies. We hope that programs such as this will remind and educate lawful gun owners about their important responsibility to handle firearms safely and to store them in a secure manner.”
The gun locks are made available to the Township at no cost, through Project ChildSafe. Project ChildSafe is the nation’s largest firearms safety program, and is sponsored by the National Shooting Sports Foundation.
Township residents can obtain free safety locks at the Township police/court facility, located at 80 One Mile Road, by contacting Detective Brian Gorski at (609) 448-5678, ext. 236.
East Windsor Township Officials kick-off Township Gun Safety Program for March, as police officers demonstrate proper use of gun locks. Pictured (from left to right) are: Police Officer Karl Johnston III; Mayor Janice S. Mironov; Police Chief James Geary, and Police Lieutenant Christopher Jackson.
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