Hempstead Village to upgrade Shot Spotter program with $400K from Nassau County

The program works to detect and pinpoint within

The program works to detect and pinpoint within seconds exactly where gunshots are fired. (June 17, 2014 6:11 PM)

Officials say Hempstead Village will receive $400,000 from Nassau County to enhance its Shot Spotter program.

The program works to detect and pinpoint within seconds exactly where gunshots are fired.

Officials say there are already 70 Shot Spotter sensors located throughout the village. Mayor Wayne Hall says they plan to use some of the funds to install night-vision cameras, which would...

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