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Proactively Address Gun Violence and Build Community Trust with ShotSpotter Gunshot Detection & Investigative/Analytical Insight

  • 22 Sep 2021
  • 9:00 AM - 10:00 AM
  • ZOOM
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Proactively Address Gun Violence and Build Community Trust with ShotSpotter Gunshot Detection & Investigative Insight

ShotSpotter – www.shotspotter.com

 

Agenda:

  • Interactive Overview – Ron Teachman
  • Overview of ShotSpotter and How it Works (Technical)
  • Insight Investigative Portal
  • Detailed Forensic Report – included and provided with a deputy-involved shooting (sample attached)
  • Benefits & Success Stories
  • Questions

 

 

Stats: 80%+ of gunfire goes unreported (U.S. statistic across our customer portfolio)

 

With ShotSpotter:

  • Alerts are sent to Dispatch and all mobile, app and browser devices within 60 seconds or less from verified gunshot by ShotSpotter Sensors and Incident Review Center
  • Helps reduce response times often by several minutes
  • Google Map, Gunshot Details (sound, number of rounds and order in which shots were fired)
  • Location of gunshot provided - within 82’ feet (average across customer base)
  • Increased probability of finding shell casings for investigational follow up/NIBIN submission
  • Enhances investigations and serves as a crime deterrent
  • Data and complimentary analysis services are offered to assist in investigative follow up and stat reporting to Command Staff

  

About ShotSpotter:

  • ShotSpotter was founded in 1996
  • 35 patents
  • 120+ installed law enforcement customers in U.S.
  • Publicly traded on Nasdaq - SSTI
  • How ShotSpotter’s gunshot detection works - here (includes short video)

 

 

ShotSpotter Attendees:

Terri Greene, Director – Western Region (U.S.) – Orange County, CA based

Ron Teachman, National Subject Matter Advisor – Retired Chief/FBINAA – implemented ShotSpotter at two agencies where he served as Police Chief


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