Greetings from LoJack:
This is the LoJack Southern California recovery summary report for March 2017. The recovery value of these vehicles was approximately $4,094,290.
The following LoJack equipped vehicles were automatically activated by an NCIC entry as stolen and then recovered by law enforcement.
The LoJack Police Tracking Computers (PTCs) are provided to law enforcement agencies at NO COST and are maintained by LoJack at no cost to your agency.
LoJack PTCs are a proven asset to law enforcement performance and provide both an officer safety and public safety value.
Since 1986 LoJack has assisted law enforcement agencies with the recovery of over 300,000 LoJack equipped stolen vehicles and these recoveries have often led to the discovery of other crimes.
For information in Southern California, please contact:
Ted Saraf, Senior Law Enforcement
Liaison – Los Angeles & Northern Orange Counties.
Efrain Quezada, Law Enforcement
Liaison – San Diego & Imperial Counties, Southern Orange County.
Kevin Gauthier, Law Enforcement Liaison – Orange &
Los Angeles Counties.
For information in Northern California, please contact:
Mike Miller, Senior Law Enforcement
Liaison – Northern California and Northern Nevada.
Patrick J. ODonnell, Senior Law
Enforcement Liaison – Central and Northern California.
* In August 2015 and September 2015, the Recovery Summary Report was for all of California, not just Southern California.
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