The violent crime rate in the city of Phoenix is nearly double the national average and firearm-related aggravated assaults are on the rise. Previous research has shown that there are relatively small areas, or hotspots, which are responsible for much of the gun crime in Phoenix. The Phoenix Police Department plans to implement a gunshot detection system, license plate readers, high-definition cameras, Wi-Fi Exploitation Kits, and a high-powered receiver antennae to strategically target high crime areas. This multi-technological, combined approach will bolster the Phoenix Crime Gun Intelligence Center. The agency also plans to create the Crime Gun Liaison Program (CGLP), where patrol officers are selected and trained in both investigative and laboratory collection practices to alleviate the burden on their forensic lab.