Feb 05, 2020
IACLEA announced today that ShotSpotter, the leader in solutions that help law enforcement officials identify, locate and deter gun violence, has extended its Corporate Partner agreement for two years. The IACLEA collaboration began in 2017, and ShotSpotter became a Corporate Partner in 2019.
“IACLEA’s partnership with ShotSpotter has been highly productive,” said IACLEA President John Vinson, Ph.D., Assistant Vice-President for Student Life: Campus and Community Safety, at the University of Washington-Seattle. “ShotSpotter presents IACLEA members with practical implementations of the most cutting-edge technology to keep students and campuses safe. We are grateful for their partnership and look forward to additional learning and collaboration.”
“We are proud to partner with IACLEA to help campus law enforcement professionals combat the unfortunate, but significant problem of gun violence,” said Paul Mascari, Director of Security Solutions for ShotSpotter and former Chief of Police of Marquette University. “ShotSpotter’s SecureCampus® solution is helping universities and colleges keep students and faculty safe by alerting campus and local law enforcement to gunshot incidents on or near campus so they can respond to a precise location quickly.”
Currently, ShotSpotter technology covers more than 140 campuses across 75 U.S. metropolitan areas. ShotSpotter’s SecureCampus ensures law enforcement is informed immediately based on real-time alerts, instead of waiting for 9-1-1 calls. ShotSpotter is the leading gunshot location technology capable of detecting outdoor threats in and around a campus to protect its students, staff, and faculty where they live, work and play. detecting outdoor threats in and
Support from IACLEA’s Corporate Partners augments the implementation of the Association’s strategic initiatives, furthers its educational mission, and enhances the ability of campus public safety agencies to protect institutions of higher education.
Additional information on the Corporate Partnership Program can be found here.