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GPS bracelets or anklets are routinely used by police authorities to monitor people who are considered high risk potential repeat offenders such as those convicted of domestic violence or those who received a restraining order. While equipped with a GPS tracking system, police can monitor with detail every move a person makes. Knowing this, almost every individual under GPS monitoring tends to maintain their best possible behavior so they don't find themselves with a one-way ticket back to jail. Unfortunately, this was not the case with James Kilmore who must not have believed in the accuracy of the GPS monitoring system he was wearing and why he continued to commit crimes while being tracked with GPS.
Norton Police were aware that a person was breaking into businesses all throughout the area, using a crowbar to get himself into the buildings to steal cash and other goods. After reviewing a list of possible suspects they were able to quickly determine with the help of GPS that Kilmore was at the scene where many of the crimes had taken place. The personal tracking GPS on his ankle provided enough evidence for police to make an arrest.
Speaking about the thefts, a police lieutenant from Akron explained that the level of intelligence of a person who was committing crimes while under police observation via GPS monitoring must be extremely low. The authorities stated that it wasn't just one or two crimes Kilmore committed but rather approximately 20 crimes throughout cities in Ohio. Police were able to connect Kilmore to the crimes by accessing the tracking data from his GPS monitoring anklet and then sync it up with video recordings captured at some of the crime scenes. The combination of GPS monitoring and video evidence will be more than enough to put Kilmore behind bars.
One of the businesses Kilmore broke into and robbed was a tanning salon, which had been equipped with video recording equipment. The manager for the tanning salon, Michele Considine, noticed the tracker device on the ankle of the robber when she reviewed the video recordings. Her only thoughts after finding out of Kilmore's arrest was disbelief that a person could be so amazingly stupid to commit a crime while wearing a GPS monitoring system.Last Updated on Friday, 05 July 2013 01:54
Private investigators have been losing a lot of work due to the increase in personal surveillance gadgets that can essentially allow anyone to access the information they seek. From camera systems to audio recording equipment, gathering evidence for personal reasons has never been easier than in today's technology driven era. However, when it comes to personal monitoring applications one of the most popular forms of sleuth gear is a piece of satellite guided technology known as the GPS tracking system, and it's because of a tracker that the bomb squad had to be called in front of a South Australian court.
What happened outside of a Adelaide court appeared to resemble something out of an action movie according to people at the scene of the incident. The commotion was sparked after a courier witnessed a strange man placing an unidentified device under an unoccupied automobile. What made the courier concerned was that the vehicle was parked in close proximity to building which houses both district and supreme courts. Therefore, the bomb squad was called in immediately to investigate the matter.
When bomb squad members arrived they blocked off the area near where the unidentified object was seen and evacuated some people in nearby buildings. After following proper protocol and safety measures the bomb squad was able to determine that the suspicious item was nothing more than a GPS vehicle tracking unit placed near the wheel well of the Sedan reported. Once the tracker system was officially confirmed not to be an explosive device of any kind, people were allowed to return to normal activity.
When asked about the situation, police investigating the matter explained that they were going to contact the owner of the vehicle to help assist them in finding out who the unidentified man was and why he would have placed a GPS monitoring system on the vehicle. The authorities were also quick to praise the individual who contacted them to report the very suspicious activity, stating that it is with the help of the public reporting suspicious activity that results in an overall more safe community.Last Updated on Friday, 05 July 2013 01:54
Over the past two years one of the top-selling products offered through the Tracking System Direct online store has been the GPS bracelet. What made this particular product so successful was that it allowed families and caregivers to monitor senior loved ones battling memory illnesses such as Dementia, while also offering concerned parents a tool to help them keep track of their children. The product was instrumental in improving the lives of people all over the United States through an application of personal tracking, and this is why our company is disappointed to announce that it will no longer be offering the GPS bracelet manufactured by the people at Laipac.
The most obvious questions that customers who have contacted Tracking System Direct have asked lately is why have we stopped carrying the GPS bracelet and when will we be offering an alternative solution designed for personal tracking? Both are very excellent questions and we are more than happy to discuss the situation with our customers to keep them as informed as possible. Basically what happened was the manufacturer of the GPS bracelet was having issues supplying the wholesale distributor ever since October. These delays forced Tracking System Direct to take pre-orders from customers until stock was supplied. Although this was an inconvenience for some it allowed customers to still get personal tracking hardware even with moderate delays. However, once the delays began getting worse and worse Tracking System Direct had to make a change.
"Laipac would tell us that GPS bracelets would be available on a particular day only to have that date come and go", explained a inventory manager for Tracking System Direct. "They just kept giving us more excuses and more delays which we would explain to our customers, but the inconsistencies eventually started making our company look bad. The numerous delays began reflecting poorly upon us in the eyes of our customers. This is when we knew it was time to move in a new direction. Currently, we have a team of technicians evaluating a number of the most popular GPS trackers designed for personal monitoring and even some new devices that made their debut at the Consumer Electronics Show earlier this year. We understand that our customers demand quality and we won't bring a personal monitoring device to our online store until we have validation that the product is indeed one that offers easy to use online controls at a very high quality."Last Updated on Friday, 05 July 2013 01:54
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 on Friday, 05 July 2013 01:54
We all appreciate the job that police enforcement provide society. They are critical in keeping us all safe and the job they do should get a significant amount of praise, as they are the ones who put their lives on the line every single day to keep us all protected from the bad guys. Although police are a positive influence on the community and key to the personal safety of all people, sometimes people can get a little annoyed with the men in blue. This is certainly the case when a motorist gets pulled over and written a citation for a traffic violation such as speeding or making an illegal turn. Traffic cops routinely use radar guns and other sleuth technology to gauge how fast a motorist is operating a automobile, but this same type of technology is also helping motorists fight traffic citations. This is exactly what many people using GPS navigation and tracking systems are doing when proceeding with a trial by declaration or court trial to fight a traffic citation.
Police state that one of the most common excuses motorists pulled over for moving violations state is that, "My navigation GPS told me to turn here". People use GPS navigation systems in the form of portable units or smart phone apps such as Google Maps or iMaps every single day to provide routing directions, but the technology is far from perfection. In fact, iMaps has a very well documented record of navigating people to the incorrect desired locations, and even telling motorists to turn onto one way streets! The problem is that even if a highly-rated app for a smart phone provides incorrect information that leads to a motorist making an illegal turn the end responsibility falls upon the motorist themselves to make the correct decision. Of course, police will be sympathetic to a certain degree if in fact a GPS navigation system is the cause for the erratic driving behavior, but that won't change the party culpable, which is in reality the driver.
"I have heard every excuse in the book when it comes to motorists explaining why they did something that violates the law, but at the end of the day the person behind the steering wheel, pressing the gas pedal and operating the vehicle is the one who needs to be accountable", explained a police officer who did not wish to be identified for this article. "Smart phones, GPS units and other technological equipment are not the ones licensed by the state to operate a vehicle, but rather the driver. Therefore, most officers simply do not want to hear a motorist pass the blame, but rather be accountable for their mishap. In fact, drivers who simply own up to their mishap are far more likely to be let go with a warning than a driver who spends their entire time blaming their GPS navigation or monitoring system."
Tracker devices that use GPS locational data are more common in cars now than anytime in the past. GPS monitoring devices now decorate company and personal vehicles, as the systems are routinely used to enhance auto-theft security and driver safety, all while helping many drivers receive a discount on their auto insurance. However, they are also helping many motorists fight tickets they feel were unfairly given for violations such as speeding. This is because tracker devices can record the live locational position, speed and time en route of a driver as fast as every single second! Therefore, the GPS trackers themselves are actually more accurate than a police officer holding a radar gun that could have calibration issues as he is hiding behind some trees near a highway overpass that could also be creating interference.Last Updated on Friday, 05 July 2013 01:54