After ShotSpotter, More NYC Shootings Lead to 911 Calls

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Two years ago, the first ShotSpotter gunfire sensors were installed in Brooklyn and the Bronx amid great concern that 80 percent of the time, New Yorkers who heard shots didn’t bother calling 911. Since then, the rate has improved — with 34 percent of shootings detected by ShotSpotter also resulting in a 911 call last year, reports the New York Daily News . . .

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