21 Nov 2012

Chicago Resumes ShotSpotter Gunfire Detection Technology Use After Dramatic Technology Improvement

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Just read this on Thecrimereport.org. After two failed trials in the last decade, Chicago’s police department is beginning to succeed in using electronic sensors for tracking gunfire. Superintendent Garry McCarthy claims that the sensors have already led to the arrest of two known felons. According to the Chicago Tribune, the current sensors cost the city about $200,000 and have been installed in locations known for frequent crimes.

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Chicago Resumes ShotSpotter Gunfire Detection Technology Use After Dramatic Technology Improvement

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