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Assisted Patrol Catches Three More Thieves

August 19, 2015  | 

Last week, thieves were caught stealing from a shopping center, a parking lot in an entertainment district, and a retail outlet with the use of Assisted Patrol.

Assisted Patrol is a specialized bait technology system designed to help police arrest and convict property thieves. Assisted Patrol is specially made for law enforcement agencies, security departments, and crime prevention organizations. It is not a consumer application. When left out as bait and stolen, police are notified, photos are taken, and thieves are tracked. All without the knowledge of the suspects.

Assisted Patrol supplies officers with tracking software that allows the officers to be notified when the theft occurs, view photos of the suspects, and track their escape. Data is collected and stored so prosecutors can present a stronger case and improve conviction rates.

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