Cost puts safety technology out of reach for some cities

12/18/2012 | MassLive.com

A new gunfire detection system would benefit the city of Holyoke, Mass., officials say. The system uses sensors to detect the sound of a gunshot and software to pinpoint the shooting location. Holyoke Police Chief James Neiswanger says the technology would help police do their jobs, but the price tag might be too high for the city.

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