Atlantic City will soon be rolling out a system that could help to curb the violence in their city. The ShotSpotter audio-detection system can alert police when gunshots are heard and focus surveillance cameras toward the sound. Police Chief Ernest Jubilee told The Press of Atlantic City that his department is getting approvals for placement of sensors for the system in various locations throughout the city. Three or more sensors can triangulate the sounds of gunshots and report their location to a national operations center. The planned upgrade will hopefully make Atlantic City Streets safer, as 17 people were killed this year and more than 50 wounded by gunfire.