Dallas to test gunshot detection system

By Dave Levinthal and Tanya Eiserer
The Dallas Morning News
Related: Shots fired: ShotSpotter gunfire detection system provides leg up on 911

DALLAS — With Dallas police having fielded more than 16,000 reports of random gunfire last year, the City Council's public safety committee on Monday directed staff to explore an automated gunfire detection system.

Details of the pilot program are incomplete, but committee members asked staff to move forward and report back to them throughout the year.

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