GPS Tracking Systems Assist Police
Surveillance Tracking Systems Allow Law Enforcement To Build Evidence
Anyone who has ever seen an old police movie can likely recall at least one moment or scene when the cop and his partner go on a stake-out. The two are usually an unlikely pair, one being a tough guy and the other being a goof ball, but they team up to try and solve crime in their city. The cops go on these stake-outs in an effort to build evidence against suspects they believe are engaging in criminal activity. While waiting in their undercover squad car, the two cops sip on coffee and snack on donuts to pass the time, anticipating a moment when they will witness suspicious behavior and document the event. Although this form of surveillance has been a staple among police forces for many years, the high costs of overtime, objectiveness of police accounts of the event(s) and potential dangers have resulted in police looking for alternative methods of gathering evidence. What police now utilize to conduct highly-sophisticated surveillance operations are GPS tracking systems that are capable of recording every stop a vehicle makes, addresses arrived, time en route and more, all while acquiring concrete/indisputable evidence.
Tracking Systems Provide Concrete Evidence
GPS trackers may be more commonly associated with business fleet management, but most people might be surprised to know that the surveillance monitoring systems are actually becoming most popular among police agencies. There are multiple reasons why so many police agencies are now investing in GPS monitoring systems, but one of the main reasons is because the GPS units and devices can conduct surveillance operations 24/7 without ever having to put an officer in danger. All a police officer needs to do is place a system such as the GPS Tracking Key to the belly of any target vehicle and the high-powered car tracking unit will do the rest! The car tracker will record second-by-second, documenting an assortment of vehicle driving activity. No costly overtime, no officers in danger and tons of valuable data that can be used in a court of law.
GPS Tracking Devices: How Easy Are They To Use?
TSD has a line of GPS car tracking units that can be magnetically attached to the frame or outside of any target vehicle, making it easy to place the system. The car trackers are motion-activated and will only record driving activity when the target vehicle moves, increasing battery-life. Once the GPS data is recorded and ready to be reviewed, the user must retrieve the car tracker and connect the system to a computer via USB port. Software is then used to plot GPS data over a mapping program. All car tracking units and software are extremely user-friendly, but any police agency or even regular consumer with additional questions can always contact a TSD GPS expert for a more detailed explanation of anything.
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Police agencies or anyone with additional questions can contact TSD at anytime for more information on car tracking systems.