Panic buttons for mass shootings go on sale in the US

Israeli startup Gabriel aims to sell fire alarm-style sensors to public venues such as schools and places of worship A company selling fire alarm-style panic buttons for mass shooting attacks has begun sales in the United States, with Jewish community centres in Detroit the first customers. The Israeli startup, Gabriel, said it aims to sell the sensors which call the police when pressed but also have inbuilt cameras and microphones to public venues such as schools and places of worship. The firm believes it can reduce the high death tolls from mass shootings, such as the recent 2014 study. The Gun Violence Archive, a US not-for-profit, says there is a mass shooting group reported 340 mass shooting attacks. Advocacy groups …