ShotSpotter (SSTI) falls 4.01% to Close at $33.76 on September 14

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ShotSpotter Inc (NASDAQ: SSTI), a Newark, California, company, fell to close at $33.76 Tuesday after losing $1.41 (4.01%) on volume of 75,847 shares. The stock ranged from a high of $35.33 to a low of $33.62 while ShotSpotter’s market cap now stands at $394,254,783.

About ShotSpotter Inc

ShotSpotter is a leader in precision policing solutions that enable law enforcement officials to more effectively respond to, investigate and deter crime. The company's products are trusted by more than 100 U.S. cities to help make their communities safer. The platform includes its flagship product, ShotSpotter Respond™, the leading gunshot detection, location, and forensic system, and ShotSpotter Connect™, patrol management software to dynamically direct patrol resources to areas of greatest risk and more effectively deter crime. ShotSpotter Investigate™, available in mid-2021, is an investigative case management solution that help detectives connect the dots and share information more effectively to improve case clearance rates. ShotSpotter also serves the corporate and college security markets and has been designated a Great Place to Work® Company.

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