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Search Result: Vehicle Tracking

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Ohio Police Get More Time to Plant Tracking Devices

June 26, 2014
The Ohio Supreme Court is now giving law enforcement an extra week to install tracking devices after obtaining a search warrant.

Rules in Flux on Ohio Police Use of GPS Tracking

February 13, 2014
Ohio law is playing catch-up with the increasing police practice of secretly installing GPS devices on suspects’ vehicles to track their travels and potentially crack crimes.

Appeals Court: Warrantless Cellphone GPS Tracking Legal

August 16, 2012
The Sixth Circuit U.S. Court of Appeals has ruled that law enforcement officers don't need a warrant to track the location of a subject via the GPS data from a cell phone.

SpatialKey

October 1, 2008
GIS-based data application SpatialKey not only quickly gathers information on suspected criminal incidents and provides them immediately to responding officers, it also tracks patrol locations and monitors their travel routes and speeds, which can be altered to help save fuel and better serve the community.

Maptech U.S. Boating Charts on DVD

August 1, 2006
Offering 3,000 up-to-date NOAA coastline and river charts from the Army Corps of Engineers, this DVD and GPS Real-Time Navigation Software from Maptech allows you to create GPS routes with the click of a mouse. Chart segments and route plans can be printed on standard printers. Connect a GPS to an onboard computer to see vessel location on the detailed charts for real-time tracking and positioning.
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