New security measures such as a metal detector have been added to the Detroit Police Department's Northwestern District station that was the scene of a surprise assault Sunday, reports the Detroit Free Press.
The station reopened Monday to the public.
At the time of the shooting, the station provided access via a revolving door and two traditional glass doors. Officers sit behind the 5-foot-high front desk. There was no bulletproof glass or metal detectors prior to the shooting, according to an employee in the building.
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