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IACP 2017: A preview of ShotSpotter at IACP (Booth #1113)- October 22-25, Philadelphia, PA

The ShotSpotter team is getting ready for an exciting IACP this year in Philadelphia. Be sure to stop by our booth #1113, meet the team and find out what’s new.

Demo ShotSpotter gunfire alerts on your phone
Have you tried our ShotSpotter app on your mobile phone yet? We’ll be actively sharing a trial of the app for your phone as you stop by the booth – bring your iOS or Android device and learn what it’s like to get real-time gunfire on your phone while you’re at IACP!

Learn about Forensics services at ShotSpotter booth
Did you know that ShotSpotter offers forensic services and analysis, expert witness testimony, integration services as well as 24/7/365 technical support? Stop by and talk to the Services team and learn more.

Live Solutions Panel, Monday 11AM
On Monday, October 23rd, ShotSpotter will be presenting at the IACP Solutions Theater in #825 at 11AM. Ron Teachman, former Chief of South Bend and SST’s current Director of Midwest Public Safety Solutions will moderate an engaging group around the topic of: The Social Impact of Persistent Gunfire. In this interactive discussion, you will hear from law enforcement professionals who have experienced the economic, social and financial consequences of ongoing gun violence in their cities.  Learn their models of success — find out how they reduced gunfire incidents and improved community relationships through strategic, proactive policing and innovative technology.

You won’t want to miss hearing from these impressive panelists who are also current customers hailing from Kentucky, Connecticut, Chicago and Cincinnati:

• Major Josh Judah, Louisville Police Department
• Sergeant John O’Hare, Hartford Police Department
• Commander Kenneth A. Johnson, Chicago Police Department
• Lieutenant Colonel Paul W. Neudigate, Assistant Police Chief, Cincinnati Police Department

On the heels of our ShotSpotter sponsored panel, look for us again at noon, in the same place, Solutions Panel #825 as our ShotSpotter Customer Success Director John Risenhoover will appear on a panel, sponsored by GunOps entitled: Why Overlaying Technology is Important in Preventing Firearm Violence. Guest panelists include John Risenhoover, Jim Needles, Paul Neudigate, and Geoffrey Noble

Win aFitBit Exercise Tracker while at IACP!

And… remember that every day at our booth, you can enter a drawing to win a FitBit exercise tracker. 

We look forward to seeing you!

October 12, 2017
By: ShotSpotter Team