UK police sign up with Tracker for another five years16 February 2010

The UK police force has extended its contract with stolen vehicle recovery operator Tracker across all 52 units, covering police patrol vehicles and helicopters.

Deputy Chief Constable David Ainsworth, the ACPO lead on vehicle crime makes the point that Tracker's VHF and GPS technology enables officers to pin-point stolen vehicles, even if hidden in containers or lock-ups.

"Our work with Tracker has delivered real results for my colleagues across the country, helping them recover stolen vehicles and importantly, arrest criminals," says Ainsworth.

Since 1993, Tracker has recovered more than 19,000 stolen vehicles, worth £420 million. Each month the system helps to recover an average £2 million worth of stolen vehicles and it has led police to arrest more than 1,900 thieves.

Tracker has a dedicated police liaison team, which includes former police officers, who work with all of the UK's police forces.

Staff reporter

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