NC police department using GPS tags to curb high-speed pursuits

Mooresville police are the first in the state to use StarChase technology, according to Chief Ron Campurciani


By Kimberly Johnson
Patch Staff

MOORESVILLE, N.C. — Mooresville Police Department is deploying a trial of new technology that it says will cut down on high-speed pursuits of fleeing suspects.

The StarChase mounted system will be installed in the grill of several MPD patrol cars, allowing officers to launch and affix GPS-enabled tags on the rear of suspects' vehicles, allowing for real-time tracking.

Mooresville police are the first in the state using the technology, according to MPD Chief Ron Campurciani.

FULL STORY: Mooresville Police turn to GPS tags to curb high-speed chases

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