Calls for gunfire detectors in London

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Calls for gunfire detectors in London

Boris Johnson has agreed to consider installing gunfire detectors in public buildings across the capital. It follows calls at Mayor's Question Time for the device, which it's hoped could help shorten police response times in the event of a Paris style attack. Conservative London Assembly spokesperson on police and crime, Kemi Badenoch joined London Live News shortly after making the request.

 

 

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