Austin, Texas police were recently able to recover thousands of dollars in stolen electronics and other items thanks to GPS trackingsoftware installed on an iPad which was also stolen. After activating and using the GPS tracking software on the iPad to find its exact location, police conducted a surveillance operation on the home. The home’s occupant was later stopped and arrested. Upon entering the home,authorities discovered a cache of electronics and musical instruments related to other alleged crimes.
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Here’s a great GPS tracking news story for Friday… A Michigan Rite Aid Clerk managed to slip a GPS tracking device into the pillow case a robber was using as a loot bag. As she filled the pillow case with $5,000 in cash from the store’s safe at the robber’s demand, the clerk dropped the device into the bag. Shortly after leaving the store, the GPS unit was activated, leading authorities to the suspect and his alleged getaway driver. Both were arrested, and cash totaling $4900 was recovered.
Here’s another GPS tracking news story from our archives: Tracking Eagles with GPS tracking software.
A recent report by the Arizona Daily Star indicates that caregivers are increasingly using technology such as GPS tracking software in caring for elderly loved ones, especially Alzheimer’s patients.
With GPS tracking software and a tracking device, caregivers can receive scheduled location updates at specific intervals for the person he or she is caring for. In addition to the convenience of receiving regular location information, the GPS tracking software provides an added safety measure for emergencies, allowing caregivers to quickly and easily pinpoint the location of their loved one if they are lost.
The article mentions other forms of technology useful for caregivers, including medication reminder cell phone apps, and caregiver tips via text message.
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The New Jersey Herald reports that Sussex County authorities are testing the use of GPS tracking ankle bracelets on screened non-violent offenders in an early release program as an effort to reduce costs such as housing and medical care for inmates. According to the article, a second inmate is soon to be released on the program. Using GPS tracking software authorities can monitor participants who are confined to their homes and immediate areas. Authorities are testing the GPS tracking program in hopes that it will reduce the cost of housing inmates and providing medical care.
At TrackingTheWorld, we’re always looking for the latest and most interesting news on GPS trackers and GPS tracking software. Here’s are a few GPS news items we’ve found for you today:
The University of Arizona is planning a test of GPS tracking system on the campus shuttle system, known as CatTran. Officials hope the $55,000 dollar investment will help increase ridership by as much as 10-percent. The service will be free for students.
GPS Leads to Arrest in Series of Car Burglaries
Lee County, Florida deputies have made arrest in a string of car burglaries due to a GPS tracking device installed in a stolen vehicle. The suspects allegedly stole the vehicle and then embarked on a series of vehicle burglaries looking for valuables. When the owner of the stolen vehicle realized it was missing, he simply pulled a report using GPS tracking software to not only find his vehicle, but information on every location where the alleged thieves stopped.
A quick update to a previous post: With positive results from a trial of GPS tracking devices on a school bus for a school in Sector 16 of India, school administrators have decided to place GPS trackers on all the sector’s buses which will be tracked using GPS tracking software. According to The Indian Express officials are pleased with their monitoring options, including tracking the exact mileage of buses and the speed of bus drivers.
A Kentucky van owner was recently able to direct authorities to the exact location of his stolen van and the ultimate recovery of thousands of dollars in stolen goods. On Tuesday, April 2 Carrol County, Kentucky authorities were alerted that the van was missing. With a GPS tracking device installed on the vehicle, the owner was able to utilize GPS tracking software to point authorities to its exact location–a nearby gas station.
The van was found to contain approximately $35,000 in stolen property, mostly items from a medical transportation company. In addition to recovering the van and the stolen goods, two suspects were arrested. Through the use of GPS tracking, not only did the owner recover his vehicle intact, the stolen goods will likely be returned to their owner. Source: http://www.fox19.com/story/21872629/police-owner-uses-gps-tracking-to-find-stolen-van
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