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Wis. police launch GPS tracking device system for pursuits–
It propels a tracking device that looks like a cylindrical "bullet" with adhesive that can attach to the back of a moving vehicle
Tracking device keeps road and police safer–
This tracking 'cannon' eliminates the need for pursuits than endanger both police and bystanders.
Starchase - TUCSON, AZ KOLD-TV–
We all know car chases are dangerous. In fact, there are more than 100,000 high-speed pursuits in the U.S. every year, endangering everyone involved in the chase - the suspects, the police and the public. And it's an unnecessary danger; up to 85 percent of these pursuits are initiated by non-violent offenders. Plus, the economic impact is staggering, with hundreds of millions paid out in the U.S. annually due to insurance payouts, medical bills, workers' compensation and lost wages
StarChase Pursuit Management System - How It Works–
The StarChase system is a pursuit reduction technology that contains a miniature GPS module encased in a tracking projectile/tag and a launcher mounted on a police vehicle.
Alternative to Police Chases - WTVR CBS 6 News–
New technology from StarChase provides an alternative solution to police chases.
StarChase Pursuit Management System - AZDPS Director Vanderpool–
Arizona Department of Public Safety Commander Vanderpool explaining the beneficial technology of the StarChase Pursuit Management System.
StarChase Pursuit Management System - KOLD News Segment–
News segment explaining the beneficial technology of the StarChase Pursuit Management System.
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