Nashville will try out ShotSpotter, a system of audio sensors installed on light poles and buildings, that can help police pinpoint the sound of gunfire and respond to shootings faster.
Metro Council approved funding for a pilot program Tuesday night. The system is expected to be activated by next summer in three areas with the highest reports of illegal gunfire.
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