Image via ShotSpotter.
Used in cities around the U.S., ShotSpotter detection technology employs acoustic sensors to determine where gunshots are fired.
The new system will work with CitiWatch, [Mayor Stephanie] Rawlings-Blake said, allowing police cameras to immediately focus in on areas where gunshots are detected.
Currently in use in Washington, D.C., the gunshot detection system has logged more than 39,000 “shooting incidents” there since 2006.-30-
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