Chicago officers may be tracked by GPS
By Kim Janssen
The Chicago Sun-Times
CHICAGO — Every Chicago Police officer's movements could be electronically tracked by global positioning systems if a program being tested in the Chicago Lawn District wins approval.
The program, which requires officers to wear GPS cell phones while on duty, is intended as an officer-safety measure, bosses say, but also could be used to discipline officers.
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