Government Agency GPS Devices
U.S. Marshals Service Car Trackers
When it comes to getting s*** done, the U.S. Marshals Service does not mess around. This is because the U.S. Marshals Service has been enforcing Federal law for over 220 years, transporting prisoners, seizing ill-gotten gains, protecting judges, safeguarding witnesses and putting fugitives behind bars. News stories about the U.S. Marshals Service may not always catch the attention of mainstream media, but everyday they are enforcing the law, like in the recent story about a suspect who was arrested by marshals for beating a Trussville cop. Although the U.S. Marshals Service has deep roots dating back to the colonial era, technology has always been played an intricate part of the success of the government agency. This is because having access to the most modern and sophisticated surveillance and security products has been an instrumental part of the success of the Marshals Service, and it is also why GPS vehicle tracker technology has became a staple among the Federal police agency.
GPS Tracking Systems Covert Investigative Technological Tools
Imagine having the ability to instantly access where a potential suspect is and everywhere that individual has been. GPS tracking systems transform science fiction-James Bond technology into a reality by allowing police agencies such as the U.S. Marshals Service to have real-time access to an assortment of location-based data that can be crucial in the investigative process. The U.S. Marshals Service can utilize either a passive monitoring solution such as the GPS Tracking Key or a live tracking solution such as the SilverCloud GPS to acquire incriminating evidence that can be used to protect government witnesses, manage the movements of prisoners and more. GPS data loggers will document GPS positions every second while recording every stop a suspect made, places a suspect traveled and more. Real-time tracking system data has the same type of capabilities while also providing in-depth, detailed reporting and alert features that can notify law enforcement when a suspect is on the move.
Tracking System Direct would like to thank the men and women of the U.S. Marshals Service for their commitment and effort in enforcing the laws of the United States government. The USMS has played a significant role within many communities, personifying the authority of the Federal government by protecting borders, catching train robbers in the 1800s and now conducting an assortment of police and investigative activities.