Panic Button

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A silent remote alarm used to alert security personnel located at a distance of the need for help in managing a violent patient
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Here at Wimbledon in the past, I've maybe pushed the panic button too early.
As soon as I heard him at the garden gate I pushed the panic button, but I didn't think it was working so I phoned the police as well.
AFTER hitting public turbulence over plans to expand LAX, Mayor Richard Riordan apparently pushed the panic button.
Shop owner Rob Keppel, who was in Manchester when the raid happened, said Tom pushed the panic button to alert the police after the robbers fled.
I felt for him because the board pushed the panic button and brought Kevin Keegan in.