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    Signs posted in Logan Square urge the city to stop the use of ShotSpotter. [Erin Hegarty/The Daily Line]

    The ShotSpotter technology the city of Chicago uses to detect where guns are fired is not “effective” in “developing evidence of gun-related crime,” a report published Tuesday by the Office of Inspector General found. 

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