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IACP 2015– Stop by and find out Why Community Based Policing Works – October 25-28, Chicago, IL

The ShotSpotter team is gearing up for a great IACP 2015 presence this year. We’ll have demos on both ShotSpotter Flex and our ShotSpotter ™SiteSecure and SST ™ SecureCampus solutions and plenty of experts on hand to talk about how ShotSpotter is helping police agencies reduce gun violence in many cities.

If you’re attending, be sure to stop and visit us in Booth #5025. On Monday, October 25th at 10AM, we’ll be hosting a panel, “Successful Implementation of Community Based Policing,” featuring 3 successful Chiefs  who will discuss best practices for community-based policing in their respective cities. Don’t miss out!

The panel is at 10AM in the Solutions Theater #2811 right on the show floor. Chief Becker, Deputy Chief Roche and Chief Esserman will provide in depth case studies on how proactive policing initiatives are changing their agencies and communities for the better.   Find out first-hand how they reduced gunfire incidents and improved community relationships through strategic, proactive policing.


Mark J. Becker
Chief of Police – East Chicago, IN

Dean Esserman
Chief of Police – New Haven, CT

Mark Roche
Deputy Chief – Worcester, MA 

  Ron Teachman – Moderator
SST, Inc. ShotSpotter Newark, CA

You’ll also learn:

• Reasons why policing has shifted to more law enforcement and less public safety.
• Examples of 2 police departments that have taken steps to use new technology to foster improved community engagement and reduce crime.
• Steps for any police agency to begin reform and put a plan of action to strengthen community–oriented public safety. 

Here’s a link to the IACP conference for more information:

We look forward to seeing you!

October 12, 2015
By: SST, Inc.