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SHOTSPOTTER INCIDENT REVIEW CENTER HOSTS CONGRESSMEN Michael Honda (CA-17) & Jerry McNerney (CA-9)

Newark, CA – ShotSpotter, Inc. (SST), provided Congressmen Mike Honda and Jerry McNerney, with a tour of their corporate headquarters and incident review center yesterday during the congressmen’s time in their home state of California.  During their visit, the Congressmen were able to talk with Ralph A. Clark, CEO of ShotSpotter, and watch first-hand how the gunshot detection technology works.

SST technology has the ability to alert police of gunshots using highly precise triangulation technology that pinpoints the location of gunshots, and pushes an alert to local law enforcement, within 60 seconds of the rounds being fired. Police are able to use this technology to arrive quickly to the exact scene of the shooting leading to increased evidence collection and better overall police work and safer communities.  

About SST, Inc.

SST, Inc. is the global leader in gunfire detection and location technology providing the most trusted, scalable and reliable gunfire alert and analysis solutions available today. SST ShotSpotter’s inaugural 2013 National Gunfire Index, released in April, revealed that gunshots are both vastly under-estimated and under-reported.  SST’s ShotSpotter Flex™ is the leading gunfire alert and analysis solution for detecting gunshots and providing critical intelligence to give law enforcement agencies the detailed real-time data needed to investigate, analyze and prosecute gun related crimes.  The company’s deep domain experience, along with cumulative agency best practice experience, delivers measurable outcomes that contribute to reducing gun violence. SST is a proven solution provider with more than 80 installations across the United States and the world. Privately held, the company possesses multiple patents resulting from nearly two decades of innovation in the area of acoustic gunshot location technology. Information about SST and ShotSpotter can be found at www.sst-inc.com or www.shotspotter.com. The full 2013 National Gunfire Index can be downloaded at www.ShotSpotter.com/ngi

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