Successful partnership celebrated with discount to all serving and retired service members
Honouring over 27 years of fighting crime together, stolen vehicle recovery (SVR) expert, Tracker Network (UK) Ltd , is now offering a 20% product discount to all current and retired members of the U.K. Police Service. This new offer celebrates the success of the partnership and reaffirms Tracker’s unrivalled position as the only stolen vehicle recovery expert to have its systems embedded into all police forces nationwide.
Since the start of the successful relationship, Tracker and the U.K. Police Service has jointly recovered over £567 million worth of stolen vehicles, made 2,827 arrests from cars fitted with Tracker products and continue to recover on average £1 million worth of stolen vehicles each month. By offering current and retired service members a discount on their own personal products, Tracker is able to thank the forces across the country for helping the business to successfully recover stolen vehicles and return them to their rightful owners.
“We are extremely proud to be able to work with police forces throughout the U.K. and this is our way of thanking all those involved in the successful recoveries over the years,” comments Clive Wain, Head of Police Liaison at Tracker. “Not only has our partnership been able to recover thousands of stolen vehicles, it has also led to the apprehension of offenders and breakdown of organised criminal groups. Offering both current and retired members of the police service a discount on Tracker products further celebrates our successes and gives individuals peace of mind that their own vehicles are protected to the highest standard.”
Tracker's detection units are fitted on over 2000 police patrol cars and throughout the national fleet of police helicopters that comprise the National Police Air Service (NPAS), as well as at most major seaports. Tracker’s combination of VHF with GPS/GSM technology makes its units resistant to GPS/GSM jamming and enables the police to pinpoint a stolen vehicle if it is hidden in an underground car park, container or lock-up. This makes it particularly valuable for detecting stolen vehicles often hidden in containers at major UK seaports.
Tracker’s Mesh Network technology has also been instrumental in locating stolen vehicles. When a vehicle fitted with a Tracker unit passes any Tracker equipped vehicle that has been reported stolen, the unique Mesh Network listens and automatically sends a silent signal to Tracker’s Head Quarters and the police, providing the location of the stolen asset.
“We are proud to be working together with the police as part of our ongoing commitment to clamping down on car thieves and bringing offenders to justice,” continues Clive Wain. “We are constantly looking at innovative ways to stay ahead of criminals to protect the general public, and our continued investment in new technologies supports this ambition. But crucially, none of this would be possible without our collaboration with all police forces throughout the UK. We hope this offer of a discount on our market-leading solutions will go some way to show our appreciation for their help in achieving the hugely successful recovery outcomes that we have seen so far.”