NEWARK, Calif. – August 16, 2018 – ShotSpotter, Inc. (Nasdaq: SSTI), the leader in gunshot detection solutions that help law enforcement officials identify, locate and deter gun violence, today announced that the company was the award recipient of the NOBLE (National Organization of Black Law Enforcement Executives) Technology Award, presented to an organization that is a strong advocate of technology benefitting law enforcement and public safety. The award program was held on July 31, 2018 during the NOBLE annual training conference held in Hollywood, Florida.
“We salute the many contributions that ShotSpotter has made to help law enforcement reduce gun violence in the communities we serve, while also improving officer safety and strengthening prosecution,” said Vera Bumpers, NOBLE National President. “We thank ShotSpotter for supporting and enhancing law enforcement.”
“ShotSpotter and NOBLE share a similar mission: we both are driven by the concept of equal protection for all communities. It is inspiring to be recognized by NOBLE for our technology that helps police, as part of a broader crime strategy, reduce gun violence in at-risk, underserved communities,” said Ralph Clark, president and CEO of ShotSpotter. “Our system provides objective data about gunshot incidents to ensure officers receive instantaneous alerts so they can respond quickly to the scene and be prepared with tactical information that can help save lives.”
About ShotSpotter, Inc. ShotSpotter (NASDAQ: SSTI) is the leader in gunfire detection, location and incident-specific forensic analysis solutions that assist police and security personnel in their efforts to deter gun violence. ShotSpotter solutions are trusted by more than 90 cities to help make their communities, campuses and facilities safer.
About the National Organization of Black Law Enforcement Executives
Since 1976, The National Organization of Black Law Enforcement Executives (NOBLE) has served as the conscience of law enforcement by being committed to justice by action. NOBLE represents over 3,000 members internationally, who are primarily African-American chief executive officers of law enforcement agencies at federal, state, county and municipal levels, other law enforcement administrators, and criminal justice practitioners. For more information, visitwww.noblenational.org.