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Can US system help forces crack down on gun crime?

System uses acoustic sensors to detect and locate where a gun has been fired.

Pic courtesy of ShotSpotter

Pic courtesy of ShotSpotter

Date - 29th March 2019
By - Nic Brunetti
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British police will consider using an American high-tech system that listens out for gunshots in cities to crack down on rising gun crime. The ShotSpotter uses acoustic sensors, placed around a neighbourhood, to detect and locate where a gun has...
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