ShotSpotter lauded as key police tool in tracking gunfire

The improvements and successes of the technology were a key topic during a news conference at police headquarters

By Harry Harris
San Jose Mercury News

OAKLAND, Calif. — At 2 p.m. May 19, two parolees stood outside a house in the 1700 block of 64th Avenue and fired several rounds from a shotgun and a semi-automatic pistol into the air, "just having fun," according to police.

Forty-five seconds after the illegal and dangerous gunshots, thanks to updated ShotSpot...

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