City council is working to implement new shot-spotter pilot programs with the police department
BAKERSFIELD, Calif. - City Council is working on implementing a shot-spotter pilot program that will be evaluated by a CSUB research team.
The council approved the installation of the gunshot detection system in January.
The shot-spotter pilot program will run for two years and is expected to be installed in a three-square mile area of Central Bakersfield this month.
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