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Sheriff’s Office Joins Lo/Jack Vehicle Recovery Network


Somerset County Sheriff Frank J. Provenzano has announced a new partnership with the Lo/Jack Corporation, a premier worldwide provider of wireless tracking and recovery systems for mobile assets.

Lo/Jack Corporation donated receivers and antennas for three Sheriff’s Office patrol cars.  The new technology will help Sheriff’s Officers provide a solution to the serious global problem of vehicle theft.  Cars, light trucks, commercial equipment and motorcycles - all valuable mobile assets – can be tracked with the Lo/Jack system.

“We now have technology and trained Sheriff’s Officers to help recover stolen property,” said Sheriff Frank J. Provenzano.  “Our goal is to make residents aware of our capabilities and to give them some piece of mind.”

Lo/Jack created the stolen vehicle recovery category 18 years ago and has earned a 90 percent recovery rate, which translated over the years into more than $2 billion in recovered assets globally. Lo/Jack is currently operable in 25 countries throughout the world, as well as 22 states and the District of Columbia within the U.S.

The Lo/Jack system is based on proven radio frequency technology that is highly covert and highly effective. The Sheriff’s Office will work closely with other law enforcement agencies to recover stolen assets.


Col. Joseph Lamont, third from left, accepts a tracking device on behalf of the Somerset County Sheriff’s Office from Lo/Jack Corporation sales representatives Joe Melso and Ed Suriano, second from right.  Joining them, from left to right, are Col. Roy Gandolfe, Chief Ken Bird and Allan Smith, representing the DiFeo Lexus dealership, which sells cars with the Lo/Jack system.


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