Improve Patient Outcomes
and Employee Security
Gunshot detection leads to faster response times
and reduced gun violence
Learn how ShotSpotter benefits hospitals in this on demand webinar.
How Hospitals and Police Can Partner to Address Gun Violence and Improve Patient Outcomes
Hear how trauma surgeons and law enforcement leaders are using technology, establishing data collaborations, and streamlining processes to save time and improve the care of GSW victims.
Collaborating to Improve Communities
ShotSpotter enables an integrated approach to facilitate timely communication between the police, EMS and trauma teams supporting the regional trauma system.
Impacting key areas related to:
- Violence Prevention
- Community Outreach
- Community Intervention
Each of the areas above are part of the mission of AAST and research from leading trauma surgeons, as well as 501(c)(3) community benefit requirements.
Supported By Trauma Surgeons and Hospitals
ShotSpotter has developed technology that allows the trauma patient who has been shot to get to me faster, so I have a greater chance of saving their lives.
ShotSpotter is part of our comprehensive approach for dealing with firearm violence- which is an enormous public health problem. Reducing gun violence in neighborhoods next to us has the potential to dramatically impact the number of gunshot wound victims we treat, in turn creating a healthier community.
ShotSpotter provides significant community benefit by impacting police response and optimizing care coordination from location of gun shot wound victim to the trauma center. We have been able to deploy resources quickly based on the alerts alone.
Clinical Research Proves ShotSpotter Saves Critical Minutes
ShotSpotter’s system of sensors, algorithms and artificial intelligence detects, locates and alerts police to gunfire in less than 60 seconds. Studies have shown savings in time and interventions in EMS, police arrival and GSW victim transport time from field to hospital. 3