10 responses

  1. Rafi
    May 2, 2012

    Criminals are very dangerous always.I hope our expert cops can caught them

  2. Wurst kaufen
    May 21, 2012

    Make plenty of thing to stop criminal activity you will never do that until unless you make peace in all means, if the person wish a money for his better life he did not try to earn it honestly but the short cut to have money, the things are wrong this is the fault of our base education when we grown up in wrong way the criminal activity goes on we have to change our life style.

  3. Ralph
    May 23, 2012

    I am all for capturing criminals and safeguarding the public. But, given the increasing power of technology, we really have to not let ourselves fall too much into a big brother mode. Many lawyers would definitely raise constitutional challenges based on privacy concerns, and then there is the question of where do we stop? I like the idea, I just hope it does not get out of hand.

  4. Mehul Kanani
    June 2, 2012

    nice idea..!!!

  5. Andrew
    June 4, 2012

    But such gps systems should have a very good secuirity level as there lots of criminal who are aware of jailbreaking them.

  6. Bryan Binkholder
    June 30, 2012

    We have the technology use it. The issue will be criminals are always (for the most part) very bright and will figure a way around it.

  7. Peter Broch
    June 21, 2013

    Like Bryan said, criminals will look to find a way around it. Yet the best is to test the system and then fix eventual bugs, rather than do nothing and complain.

  8. abdo fathy
    October 5, 2013

    Make lots of thing to cease criminal activity you will never do that until unless you make peace in all means, if the person wish a funds for his better life they did not try to earn it honestly but the short cut to have funds, the things are wrong this is the fault of our base schooling when they grown up in wrong way the criminal activity goes on they must change our life style.

  9. Gary Pope
    January 28, 2014

    I’m kind of torn on whether I’m for or against this issue – on the one hand, I think tracking convicted offenders via GPS is a good way to ensure that they stay out of trouble (or to prove that they have been doing something they shouldn’t) but on the other, I think it could be viewed as a complete violation of privacy.

  10. Stephen Jackson
    May 8, 2014

    This is another way to track and capture them. But I agree to Bryan, they will always find a way around it. Also Peter is right they need to properly test the system and fix some eventual bugs.

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