The Gwinnett County Police Department will soon begin using new technology to help reduce gun-related crimes. 

The Gwinnett County Board of Commissioners recently approved purchasing Integrated Ballistic Identification System technology for the department. 

Investigators will use the new technology’s 3D-enhanced imagery to compare images with shell casings found in a national database. Because everything will be done in-house, this will cut down on ballistics wait time, which can generally take several weeks to complete, according to the news release.  

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