Officials consider GPS to track stalkers
System may be used as a condition of someone's probation or parole in felony stalking cases
By Kelsey Bray
CHEYENNE — Criminal justice officials across the country are working on a new way to protect victims of domestic violence and stalking.
Programs are being launched in states like Minnesota that use GPS technology to warn stalking victims and law enforcement officers when an offender is nearby.
In some programs, victims who choose to participate carry around a receiver made by Stalker Alert.
Copyright © 2013 LexisNexis, a division of Reed Elsevier Inc. All rights reserved.
Full story: Officials consider GPS to track stalkers