GPS Trackers: Providing Family Safety & Security
Tracking system technology is now so affordable and easy to use consumers everywhere are taking advantage of all the benefits of owning a GPS monitoring device! Whether it is a real-time tracker device such as the SilverCloud that will allow you to watch a vehicle as it drives live via personal computer, or a passive device such as the GPS Tracking Key Pro that will record the complete driving history of a vehicle, a GPS tracking system can provide you with all of the answers of unknown driving activity. Have you ever asked yourself:
1. Where Is My Teenager Driving Tonight? 2. Will My Car Be Recovered If It Is Stolen?
3. Is My Partner Really Working Late? 4. How Fast Is My Teen Driving?
5. Will My Aging Parent Get Lost Or Forget Where They Are? 6. Is My Child Safe In This Area?
A GPS tracking system can answer all the questions with precision and accuracy up to 2.5 meters! Knowing your loved ones are safe and secure is something everyone wants to feel for their family, and now GPS monitoring technology can give you that precious information.
Peace Of Mind
Imagine having the ability to see where your teen driver is at or if they are speeding. Imagine being able to find your child in seconds if they are playing outside. Imagine being able to sleep comfortably knowing your relationship is on track and going strong. Imagine never having to worry about an elderly family member getting lost while driving. You don't have imagine with the help of a GPS monitoring system!
Discovering every where a driver stopped, how long they were stopped for, speed driven, route traveled and mileage driven has never been easier!
Watch live from a computer as a driver travels with real-time tracking, or simply record, remove, and review the tracker device to evaluate travel history with a passive tracking system. No matter what your budget, their is a GPS vehicle tracker solution available to meet your needs!
GPS Tracking System Applications
With the world being so unpredictable and dangerous, GPS tracking system technology can give consumers the assurance and confidence that life's most precious assets are secure.
Last Updated ( Monday, 06 May 2013 21:20 )
Surveillance Video Records Abuse In Nursing Home
Mike Lamont is a private investigator who has seen a lot of bad things throughout his career. He's used sleuth devices such as GPS tracking systems to catch cheating spouses, computer technology to fight identity theft and camera systems for various observation purposes. Therefore, he was not surprised when a client contacted him to ask about covertly hiding a video recording camera in a nursing home. The reason: the woman believed that her elderly grandfather over 100-years-old was being abused by health care employees. She knew her grandfather was in a weak physical condition and frail state of mind, making it likely impossible for him to report the abuse himself. Lamont agreed to assist the woman and find out what was really going on inside the nursing home.
Lamont, like most private investigators, calls upon the latest technological tools available to conduct surveillance. These items include hidden camera systems disguised as ordinary items commonly found inside the house such as clocks, pens and stuffed animals. However, conducting such investigations with camera devices in a nursing home requires walking a very fine line to ensure employees and fellow residents aren't having privacy rights violated. This is critical because if somewhere along the way laws were broken the video evidence could be deemed not admissible. After working closely with police authorities and legal consultants Lamont was able to gather video data showing an employee at Mount Pleasant Manor belittling and physically hitting the elderly man as he laid in his bed. The video evidence led to that employee being arrested.
Video recordings showed the senior being poked and shook violently. The senior even made attempts to defend himself with a telephone, electric razor and a cup of water, but was far to weak to fight against Deasmond Kimbrough, the caregiver who is now facing charged of abusing a vulnerable adult.
Last Updated ( Saturday, 23 March 2013 02:05 )
Spouse Calls Out Cheating Husband With Billboard
Cheating on your significant other is a very dangerous game that can have serious consequences, but even more so if that individual is a Greensboro resident by the name of Jennifer. Although her last name and other personal information are not known, what is known is that Jennifer is not afraid to call out those who have done her wrong, as her likely soon to be ex-husband and the world found out courtesy of a large billboard near the ironically titled Battleground Avenue.
The Greensboro billboard was a very direct and public letter to a man named Michael who we can only assume is the soon to be ex-husband of the author, Jennifer. The billboard states the cost of a GPS tracking system, cost of a popular brand of digital camera and a some brief words about how it is "priceless" to catch a "lying husband" and use money from a joint investment account to tell the world of his cheating ways.
The billboard, which has created some controversy among Greensboro residents and motorists, has lefty many people asking if this type of private matter on public display is fair or foul? With most agreeing that what Jennifer spends her money on is her business, some people in the minority think the billboard is simply a tacky way to take a cheap shot at her cheating husband. Regardless, this form of public embarrassment is becoming more trendy, as billboards calling out cheating spouses have been seen popping up throughout the nation.
Do you think the billboard Jennifer paid for to humiliate her husband was appropriate?
Would you use a GPS tracker device to discover if your wife or husband was cheating?
Last Updated ( Tuesday, 26 February 2013 19:09 )
New Teen Driving Class Emphasizes Safe Driving
The California Highway Patrol (CHP) knows firsthand the dangers inexperience behind the wheel can have when it comes to teenage driving. They don't need to look upon the staggering statistics that show the top cause for premature death among young people are automotive accidents because it is often the CHP who are part of the first responders to assist those in vehicle accidents. The CHP believes that no teen should have to lose their life because of an automobile accident and that is why the police enforcement agency will be providing a free Smart Class at CHP headquarters this Wednesday, February 27th in Sacramento.
Evidence provided from the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) shows with concrete detail that teenage drivers are sadly the group most likely to be involved in a motor vehicle accident that results in a fatality. The statistics and numbers surrounding teenage driving are very real, but unfortunately many families and communities don't pay attention to them until it is too late.
The heartbreak of an untimely death is unimaginably painful, and for the Stockton community that pain became abundantly clear when a fatal collision involving a group of teens reinforced the importance of teenage driving safety, safe driving behaviors and parental involvement. That is what the Smart Class focuses on, teenage driving safety for not only newly licensed drivers but also parents overseeing driving activity. This is why the CHP is making every effort to encourage parents or guardians to participate with their teens in the popular program where only a limited number of spaces are available due to high demand.
About The CHP Start Smart Program
The Start Smart program is hosted by the CHP and focuses on driver safety education among teens roughly aged 15-19 years old. Participants of the class will learn about techniques that focus on collision avoidance, trends in common collisions, driving laws, alcohol consumption, the process of acquiring a provisional license and more. Parents and teen drivers will have access to the latest videos demonstrating safe driving practices, in-class conversation and an opportunity to have a one-on-one or group discussion with CHP officers to address any topic, including the popular application of using GPS tracking systems to monitor teenage driving activity for things like speeding.
Last Updated ( Monday, 25 February 2013 20:22 )
Sheriff's Department Focuses On Driving Safety
The old saying is that driving is a privilege not a right, but unfortunately most teenagers think otherwise. They also have a tendency to believe that they are some the safest and most responsible drivers on the road even though the statistics show that in fact teen drivers are some of the most dangerous behind the wheel. In an effort to reduce the number of automotive accidents by teen drivers through more parental awareness, the Burlington County Sheriff's Department on March 16th will be holding a free presentation for anyone seeking more information about a new program called "Share the Keys".
What Is Share The Keys
“Share the Keys” is a program designed for both parents and their teenage drivers. The program focuses on teens involved in the pre-permit and permit stages of obtaining a license where driving behaviors are believed to be more easily shaped for long-term success. With an emphasis on safe driving behaviors and parental oversight, law enforcement believe that the program can be successful in reducing automotive accidents among young people.
When asked about the program a Burlington County Sheriff went on to explain that they were so impressed with Share the Keys that they felt compelled to be a part of the program in an effort to make it that much more effective. The Sheriff also stated that they had a family relative who recently received her driver's permit, and therefore was excited that this program would be able to help her along with other teens ready to take on the road.
Share the Keys goes the extra mile to provide parents with information on Graduated Driver Licensing (GDL) laws as well as the building blocks and tools necessary to create long-term safe teen driving behaviors. The main points of emphasis of the program focus on the importance of being a positive driving role model, increasing behind-the-wheel practice, controlling of automobile keys and as mentioned before a more in-depth understanding of GDL.
Burlington Sheriff's will be offering various door prizes and other giveaways to encourage particpation. People wanting more information can contact communituy servics directly at 609-265-3788.
Teens Still Upset One Year Later
With the arrival of the new year comes new laws, but one new law related to teenage driving safety created quite a controversy among newly licensed teens in 2012. What this new driving law stated was that teenage motorists under the age of 18 caught driving in excess of 15mph over the speed limit would be arrested! Although the law was intended to be a proactive step in reducing the statistically frightening number of deaths associated with teenage driving, it has not sat well with those targeted by the law that has now been in place approximately for one year.
The North Carolina Highway Patrol are well aware of the powerful and vivid statistics that validate the real dangers associated with teenage driving. Numbers that show the top cause of premature death among teens is automotive related accidents. However, some North Carolina teens and even adults have stated they believe an arrest for what is essentially a misdemeanor traffic offense is not the appropriate way to address the issue of teenage driving safety. The opponents of the law state that it's unfair because the law that targets only a specific group of people is actually discrimination. They ask why adults over 18 can drive 15mph over the speeding limit and not get arrested even though the driver responsibility is the same?
GPS Teen Tracking System
Parents agree that measures should be taken to promote, encourage and reward safe driving practices in an effort to reduce the teenage driving statistics, but many believe that this law is simply overkill. This is why some parents have invested in GPS teen tracking systems to monitor driving behaviors of teen motorists. With these tracker device systems, parents can easily determine if their teen is driving a car at dangerous unsafe speeds. GPS monitoring systems are one of the newest avenues parents are choosing to learn more about how
Although the majority of North Carolina teens impacted by the driving law don't agree with it they do understand why such legislation was drafted. One teen interviewed about the law explained it is important that teen drivers be aware of their driving behaviors. She said anything that could possibly make a teenage driver think twice about their driving habits is a positive thing, but adults should also be held to the same type of driving standards
Do you agree with the North Carolina legislation that is harsher toward drivers under the age of 18 that are caught speeding?
Last Updated ( Tuesday, 08 January 2013 21:16 )
How GPS Tracker Bracelets Are Helping Seniors
Maybe they frequently forget where they placed their car keys. Maybe they tell a story that happened years ago as if it happened yesterday. Or maybe they simply have difficultly finding their way home or recognizing familiar faces. Whatever the behavior may be family members tend to know when their senior loved ones are exhibiting some of the early signs associated with dementia or Alzheimer's disease. This can be a very challenging time for both the senior facing these challenges as well as the family members concerned with that seniors' safety. Unfortunately, their is no cure for either dementia or Alzheimer's disease, but their is some mild relief for the senior in terms of care and medication. As for the family members, they are also finding some peace in GPS tracking bracelets for adults designed for personal monitoring and safety of seniors.
What Are Adult GPS Bracelets:
Adult tracking bracelets are essentially real-time tracker devices designed as wristwatches. The adult tracking bracelets provide live locational information for concerned family members curious where their senior loved ones are located at any given time, and the devices even have the capability to transmit alerts to those family members if a senior wanders off from any pre-designated safe zones. Another great feature of the tracking bracelets is a panic button that gives the senior the ability to call out for help if they ever find themselves in a dangerous or life-threatening situation.
Family members with high-risk seniors with advanced stages of memory related illness also have the option to purchase a senior bracelet with locking band. This locking band feature makes it impossible for the senior to remove the device without the assistance of an on-site caregiver or family member.
Features Of Adult GPS Bracelets
- Real-Time Location Of Seniors
- Locking Band Option
- Working Wristwatch
- Panic Button Safety Feature
- Virtual Boundary Alerts (Ideal For Wandering Seniors)
- Two-Way Voice (Allows Family To Speak With Senior)
Adult tracking bracelets provide family members and caregivers real-time access to where senior loved ones are located at given time. This data can be life-saving information if a senior wanders out from their home or health care facility. In fact, their are over 30,000 reported incidents of senior wandering every single year, and estimates say the true number is likely closer to 120,000 per year since so many families do not make official police reports. More alarming is that research indicates that 60% of those with Alzheimer's disease will wander, which would bring the statistics closer to 3,000,000! If all of these seniors were equipped with personal tracker devices in the form of a bracelet who knows how many would be located quickly and safely before tragedy strikes. GPS bracelets for adults could save both taxpayer money in the form emergency resources not being required and most importantly the lives of seniors engaged in wandering. This is why the use of senior GPS systems will likely only increase over time.
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