Expressway shootings and ShotSpotter with Sgt. Pete Koconis

Anna Davlantes

FILE – In this Aug. 10, 2021, file photo, ShotSpotter equipment overlooks the intersection of South Stony Island Avenue and East 63rd Street in Chicago. The gunshot detection system that Chicago has spent tens of millions of dollars on and has been touted as a critical component of the police department’s effort to combat gun violence rarely produces evidence of gun-related crime in the city, the city’s watchdog agency has concluded in a scathing report released on Tuesday, Aug. 24, 2021. (AP Photo/Charles Rex Arbogast, File)

Frequent contributor and retired Chicago Police Sgt. Pete Koconis joins Anna to provide more insight on the expressway shootings as well as comment on Director of the MacArthur Justice Center Clinic at Northwestern, Alexa van Brunt’s, thoughts on the accuracy of the ShotSpotter technology. Sgt. Pete also takes the time to respond to listeners’ questions and comments.

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