GPS Tracking Systems Help Law Enforcement

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With law enforcement and police agencies across the world struggling with budgetary constraints and cut-backs, apprehending criminals and improving internal investigative work can seem impossible. GPS tracking systems provide financially responsible or monetarily challenged law enforcement agencies and police departments the ability to sustain budget cuts without effecting officer effectiveness or performance. GPS tracking devices help assist police and government agencies by:

  • Allowing law enforcement to monitor a suspected drug-trafficker, arsonist, child molester, or any potential criminal suspect 24 hours a day, 365 days a year.
  • Giving law enforcement departments the ability to audit or monitor potentially under-performing employees.
  • Providing a unique and accurate way for officers to easily track vehicle maintenance records and mileage driven.

GPS Tracking Key Pro: The Recommended Law Enforcement Tracking Solution

Tracking a suspect no longer requires an officer to spend months out on stake-outs or patrolling duties. GPS tracking systems always place a criminal or suspect within the long reach of the law as their driving and travel history can be recorded, stored, or viewed in real-time live! GPS tracking devices are now built and engineered to be compact, covert, and durable. The GPS vehicle tracking units can ensure a suspect, criminal, or evidence is accurately and successfully monitored, helping law enforcement agencies compile evidence for an arrest.

Live, Real-Time GPS Tracking

When it comes to tracking or monitoring a potential suspect or criminal many law enforcement agencies prefer to have the personal tracking system data available and accessible in real-time. The SilverCloud GPS is a real-time GPS tracker that has a long and consistent track record of assisting local, state, and federal municipalities and law enforcement agencies across the entire United States. Utilizing Global Positioning System satellite technology, and combining that with cellular communication and satellite imagery programs results in streaming real-time tracking data that can be viewed live!

Passive GPS Tracking: Cost-Effective Tracking

Because of the budgetary constraints and cut-backs facing many police departments, many government and police agencies have turned to a cost-effective approach to GPS monitoring known as passive GPS tracking. The GPS Tracking Key Pro is the most widely used passive tracking device by law enforcement agencies across the United States because of its durable design, and ability to record over 100 hours of wheels-in-motion drive time on a single lithium battery cycle. Designed with an attached powerfule exterior magnetic for outside mounting and placement, the GPS Tracking Key Pro gives authorities the flexibility to attach the GPS tracker to the outside frame underneath a potential criminal or suspect's vehicle.

Passive tracking systems provide police and law enforcement with second-by-second tracking, but do so at easily half the cost of the GPS tracking hardware and with no service fees. However, because passive tracking systems do not use cellular communication in transmitting data they must be removed from the vehicle and downloaded in order for a law enforcement agency to capture and view the recorded data. The best way to think of a passive tracking solution is that it is a recorder of vehicle travel history or a data-logger.

Whether It Is Real-Time GPS Tracking Or Passive GPS Tracking, The Technology Is Giving Law Enforcement Agencies Everything They Need To Be Successful On The Fight Against Criminals.

GPS Tracker Used In Honor Killing

How To Track A CarEver since Donald Trump began talking about a travel ban that would essentially keep refugees and others seeking asylum from war-ravaged Muslim countries in the Middle East there has been significant debate about what the right thing to do is. The reason is because of course Americans want to help those fleeing war-torn countries such as Syria, but at the same time we do live in a time where terrorism is a real threat. We understand that there are significant cultural differences between those who believe in Sharia Law is the only way versus Western thinking that is more balanced, liberal and inclusive. These differences are sadly highlighted when news stories such as the recent one in Texas where a family of Jordanian immigrants came to the United States, refused to assimilate to Western thinking, and eventually committed murder in what police investigators are calling an "honor killing". 

Investigators say that an Iranian activist was gunned down by Jordanian immigrants in 2012 because they believed the woman played a role in converting their Muslim daughter to Christianity. The man charged with committing the murder, Ali Irsan, also worked with his wife, Shmou Ali Alrawabdeh, and their 21-year-old son to commit the disgusting acts. The victim, Gelareh Bagherzadeh, a 30-year-old researcher, was shot to death outside her parents home in the Galleria area. What is even more gruesome is that Irsan is also now accused of murdering Coty Beavers, his daughter's husband, 10 months after Bagherzadeh was shot to death. Coty Beavers was the twin brother of Bagherzadeh's boyfriend.

Stalking With GPS Car Tracker

Accoring to investigators, Iran communicated openly with his family members about murder after it was clear that his daughter was going to leave the Muslim religion. This is a very big deal in Sharia Law where some believe that leaving the religion should be met with a death sentence, and that is exactly what the family conspired to do after they allegedly felt shamed over their daughter's choice. The family, guided by Irsan, then began stalking their daughter and her friend by placing a GPS tracking system on their vehicles. What this vehicle tracker did was provide the Irsan with detailed information about driving activity. This included addresses arrived, departed, speeds traveled and more, making it easy for Irsan to know every move his daughter and her friend were making. This also gave them a general understanding where they would be if and when he chose to take Sharia Law into his own hands and commit murder. 

"Nesreen Irsan would not succumb to her father's complete domination and rule of her. And she left his home without his permission and went into hiding," said Harris County District Attorney Devon Anderson. "These two murders are linked by the belief on the defendant's part that his honor as a father and a Muslim has been violated by his daughter, who defied his rule and married a Christian man".

This pending court case continues to show the complex dynamic of us as a free nation wanting to help refugees, but at the same time be very cautious that by doing so we could be putting our own safety and security at risk. 

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