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ShotSpotter Operational

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As part of a demonstration, Suffolk County Police officer fired 2 rounds from a 9mm gun  into a van.  The 9mm weapon is the standard used by the police and is often the weapon of choice by criminals.  The demonstration showed how the ShotSpotter technology works.  After shots are fired, flex sensors and software triangulation pinpoint the precise location […]

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We closed a school because of fear. We installed cameras and gunshot spotters because of fear. We cannot nor should we live in fear.

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“The measure of success is not whether you have a tough problem to deal with, but whether it is the same problem you had last year.” – (John Foster Dulles, Secretary of State in the Eisenhower Administration).
The Huntington Station Action Now Committee (formerly known as the Huntington Station Action Coalition) is charged with identifying the root […]

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The problems in Huntington Station are extremely serious and they require a serious leader to address them.  We do not need more political quotes and committees.  Children are shooting each other, grandmothers live in fear, tax payers can no longer handle the burden, school districts are being dramatically impacted and negative stereotypes are being unfairly confirmed.  […]

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In this video a Huntington Station resident is trying to understand the relationship between the Suffolk County Police and Town officials in terms of code violations.  He asks Inspector Brady to clarify the role of the local police in addressing issues of obvious code violations.  He wants to know if there is a paper trail […]

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A Suffolk County Police Department (SCPD) spokesperson said police have made three arrests in connection with what may be a gang-related triple shooting November 27, 2011 outside the Lincoln Apartments in Huntington Station.  SCPD have not released the names of those arrested or the charges filed against these individuals. On December 1, 2011 at the Greater […]

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Inspector Brady was the guest speaker at last nights meeting of the Greater Huntington Civic Group. The meeting  was well attended which was no surprise since one of the groups missions is to address safety, crime and other quality of life issues.  Residents who attended were looking for information and solutions to what seems like an endless […]

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Two Of Three Victims Live In Properties that are LLC’s owned by Don Pius.
Darius Howard, 16, Devon White, 18, and Philip Perez, 22, were sitting in a vehicle parked at the Lincoln Apartments in Huntington Station at approximately 3:15 p.m. when a large group of males surrounded the vehicle and at least two members of the group fired […]

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Shooting at Lincoln Farm Apartments. Unconfirmed reports that 3 people have been shot. Police car involved in an accident as a result of this incident.  Neighbors claim this is a regular occurrence at Lincoln apartments and they are fed up. Police choppers are currently searching the area.  More to follow.
 

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ShotSpotter Update and Opinion

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It is with a sense of ambivalence that we inform you that ShotSpotter went live today.  While we are thankful to Jon Cooper and others who have helped to make this happen, we are saddened that it has become necessary.  We certainly hope that our local politicians do not hold their typical photo ops or press conferences to brag about […]

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