Democratic politicians running on tough-on-crime platforms are making names for themselves in many prominent races, and some have even won elections in deep-blue cities drowning in violent crime.

One Man Killed In Shooting Overnight, Tampa Police Alerted By ShotSpotter Technology

Democratic politicians running on tough-on-crime platforms are making names for themselves in many prominent races, and some have even won elections in deep-blue cities drowning in violent crime.

TAMPA, Fla. – On Saturday, at 12:33 a.m., officers were dispatched to the 3600 block of N. 53rd St in reference to a ShotSpotter call.

When officers arrived, they located a deceased male lying in the driveway, next to a dark-colored pick-up truck.

There was also a second vehicle left running and abandoned on the east side of N 53rd St, that was later determined to be stolen.

The investigation is ongoing and we will update this story as more details are released.

ShotSpotter is a precision policing platform that helps local, state, and federal law enforcement respond to, investigate and deter crime.

The technology suite embodies the renowned “precision policing” philosophy so now agencies have access to timely and accurate intelligence, and can more rapidly and precisely deploy resources to respond to crime, as well as proactively prevent it.

The platform is highly data-driven and includes community protections and engagement opportunities to help improve police-community relations.

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