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Boy, 8, on Life Support After Crash, Police Chase in Georgia

June 28, 2016
An 8-year-old boy was on life support Tuesday after a crash that involved a stolen car and a police chase, a Fulton County, GA, police spokeswoman said.

LoJack Launches New Auto Theft Blog Series

May 6, 2016
LoJack has launched an auto theft blog series titled LoJack's Recovery of the Month. It details recent cases where a vehicle was located and returned with the help of LoJack and local law enforcement.

Video: Shootout Leaves Officer Wounded, Suspect Dead in Pennsylvania

March 14, 2016
The mayor of Chester, PA, pleaded for calm Sunday, following a police-involved shootout that left a suspect dead, a police officer hospitalized, and tensions running high in a crime-weary neighborhood.

Shootout Leaves Officer Wounded, Suspect Dead in Pennsylvania

March 14, 2016
The mayor of Chester, PA, pleaded for calm Sunday, following a police-involved shootout that left a suspect dead, a police officer hospitalized, and tensions running high in a crime-weary neighborhood. More Here.

Historical LPR Data Used by Missouri Department to Locate Homicide Suspect

February 18, 2016
Vigilant Solutions' license plate recognition (LPR) cameras and commercial LPR data are being used by Lee's Summit (MO) Police Department to improve safety for its residents, including the recent location and arrest of a homicide suspect.

Drug Task Force Delivers Suspect in Cold Case Homicide Using Vigilant Solutions LPR

February 11, 2016
The 21st Judicial District Drug Task Force in Tennessee used its Vigilant Solutions license plate reader (LPR) system to bring to justice a suspect in a cold case homicide from 2002.

San Diego PD Solves Cases Using Carfax Investigative Tools

October 19, 2015
The San Diego Police Department (SDPD) has partnered with Carfax so that SDPD investigators get no-cost, dedicated access to vehicle information from Carfax at www.carfaxforpolice.com that helps them track vehicles of interest, solve crimes faster, and better protect their citizens.

Carfax: Auto Detailing for Investigators

September 30, 2015

Carfax for Police is a password-protected Website dedicated to law enforcement that provides enhanced investigative tools.

California City Looks at Using Garbage Haulers to Catch Car Thieves

August 20, 2015
The noisy garbage trucks that lumber down San Jose, Calif., streets every week could soon pick up more than just trash -- they might also scan license plates, too, in a proposed city-wide sweep for stolen vehicles.
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