ShotSpotter Alerts Rarely Lead Police To Evidence Of Actual Gun Crime, Report Says

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A damning report from the city's top watchdog raises new questions about the Chicago Police Department's reliance on ShotSpotter gunshot detection technology, finding ShotSpotter alerts rarely lead officers to evidence of an actual gun crime. CBS 2's Suzanne Le Mignot reports.

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