The Denver Police Department is committed to reducing auto thefts in Denver. Residents can now sign up for the DenverTrack program, which works with the vehicles’ GPS systems to track stolen vehicles in real time. Learn more and register: https://denvergov.org/…/Safety…/Auto-Theft-Prevention
The DenverTrack program works with the vehicles’ GPS systems to track stolen vehicles in real time. The program requires vehicle owners to preauthorize Denver Police access to the manufacturer’s GPS service (e.g., OnStar, etc.) in the unfortunate event that their vehicle is stolen. If the vehicle is stolen, when the vehicle owner calls police to report the theft, DPD can then track the vehicle in real time with the goal of locating and returning the vehicle to the owner and arresting the suspect.
Filling out and submitting the form confirms the listed vehicle has a relevant telematic, infotainment, car manufacturer, GPS, bluetooth or other tracking device within the vehicle. The Denver Police Department will request consent from the registered owner only if the registered vehicle is reported stolen.
Participants will be able to receive a one of the above DenverTrack stickers for placement on their vehicle. The sticker is a visible deterrent that alerts potential thieves that the vehicle has GPS and will be tracked if stolen.