Resident's safety remains a key focus of the administration. The Secaucus Police Department's new and improved 911 system went live on Dec. 13. The system, manufactured by Motorola Inc., cost the department $160,000. Police Lt. Wayne Bruton said the upgrade was made "to enhance public safety.” The system includes software that allows operators to view calls on a map and also select calls based upon need, he said. The department receives about 69 calls to 911 each day.