GPS Tracking Systems for Children

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GPS Tracking Systems for Children
Most GPS devices are battery operated so remember to keep them charged. (gps image by andreas from

According to the FBI, 80 per cent of missing persons were younger than 18 in 2006. Decrease the stress and worry attached to raising children by purchasing a child GPS tracking unit. These tracking systems monitor the location of your child so you don't have to worry about losing them on a playground, a crowded store or at a birthday party.

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Amber Alert GPS Armor

The Amber Alert GPS Armor is roughly the size and shape of two stacked Oreo cookies. This device can be worn as a bracelet or anklet or can be stored in a child's pocket or backpack. You can monitor your child's exact location using any web-enabled cell phone, through a phone call, or on the computer. You can call the device using any phone and have a conversation with the child. Your child can also call home by simply touching the green button on the device. If your child comes within 500 feet of a registered sex offender's residence the GPS Armor will send you an alert e-mail.

BrickHouse Child Locator

The BrickHouse Child Locator set comes with a handheld locator device, three small homing tags, a panic homing tag, two wrist bands, four key chains and directions for use. Attach the homing tag to your child's trousers loop using the key chain, or place the tag on their wrist using the band. You could also slip the 1-inch tags into backpacks or pockets. Determine a "safe distance" for your child to remain within. Once they roam outside that distance the 3-inch locating device starts beeping and vibrating and provides guidance to the child immediately. The homing tags also contain a panic button a child can push if they feel they are in danger.

WorldTracker GPRS

The WorldTracker GPRS is 2.5-inches long and less than an inch thick. This water-resistant GPS tracker resembles a small cell phone and can be slipped into a child's pocket or backpack. The unit is capable of providing an update of your child's location every 15 seconds. The tracker contains an SOS button a child can push if they feel they are in danger. This button sends an SOS alert message and provides immediate location reports. The SOS message can be sent to an e-mail or through a text message.

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