The high-tech experiment to track the sound of gunfire in certain parts of Brooklyn and the Bronx has alerted the police to dozens of shootings that they say they’d never have known about otherwise.
Old technology has found a new use in keeping streets safe and reducing crime in Camden.
The video cameras pan to the area where shots were fired to record a license plate, a car, a face or anything else that can help catch the suspect.
The town is installing more than a dozen sensors in the area of the Bellport train station. The devices are designed to help police pinpoint where and when gunshots are fired.