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Satellite Tracking Of People LLC Awarded GPS Monitoring Contract By U.S. Pretrial Services Agency, Central District Of California


Satellite Tracking of People LLC (STOP), the provider of the world’s first one-piece active, passive and hybrid GPS participant monitoring device, was selected to provide its technologically advanced system to the U.S. Pretrial Services Agency, Central District of California. The initial contract is for one year and offers four one-year extensions. This agreement also allows other U.S. Pretrial and Probation agencies throughout the country to participate with the Central District of California in utilizing STOP’s active, passive, and hybrid GPS monitoring units.

Steve Logan, CEO, stated, “Government agencies responsible for monitoring a variety of offenders want and need the latest in proven technology-based solutions that improves community safety and increases efficiencies. Our system provides significant advantages over older multi-piece monitoring equipment. Combining these devices with our Internet-based monitoring database, which includes the Automated Crime Scene Correlation tool, we offer the U.S. Pretrial Services Agency, Central District of California, a unique and cost-effective solution.”

STOP’s Automated Crime Scene Correlation tool seamlessly expands GPS monitoring into a more comprehensive criminal justice solution. ACSC automatically pulls crime data from a local law enforcement agency’s records management system every night. The tool automatically compares the crime data with the movements of monitored participants. When the two intersect, the tool creates a crime hit, which means a participant was in the vicinity of the crime when it occurred. Law enforcement officers use the tool to quickly create more viable suspect lists. They know in advance of their investigative efforts which participants were in the area of a reported crime, regardless of the perpetrator’s profile. This saves valuable time and resources, which can help law enforcement officers solve crimes faster.


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