In partnership with law enforcement agencies around the U.S. and in Italy, LoJack is the only provider of stolen vehicle recovery systems directly integrated with law enforcement.

Your Partner in
Stolen Vehicle Recovery

700k+

stolen

Over 700,000 vehicles are stolen in the US

(2016 FBI Uniform Crime Report)

90%

recovery rate

90+% Recovery rate on cars, trucks and SUVs

(Internal LoJack Corporation Data)

$125m

recovered

Over $125 million worth of stolen vehicles equipped with the LoJack System recovered in 2016

(Used car values are best estimates derived from NADA Guide web services and clean retail value from NADAGuides.com for make, model and year in the month it was recovered.)

How the LoJack System works

Notification

Owner reports the theft to the police

Activation

Police enter the vehicle in the
National Crime Database, activating
the LoJack System

Recovery

Police pick up the signal using one of over 14,000 tracking computers to locate the vehicle*

A new telematics-based tracking device for consumers that offers connected car benefits.  The device offers Law Enforcement GPS-based tracking capability via our U.S.-based agents.

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Law Enforcement Working with LoJack

LoJack uses a proven and proprietary technology operating on a Radio Frequency allocated by the FCC for the recovery of stolen vehicles. When a vehicle equipped with a LoJack® system is stolen, the first step is to have the vehicle’s owner alert local law enforcement. Once officers record the theft in the national stolen vehicle database, a silent signal is automatically sent that activates the LoJack® system’s transceiver hidden in the stolen vehicle.*

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No Cost Equipment and Installation

Law enforcement can track the vehicle using Police Tracking Computers that are provided by LoJack at no cost to law enforcement agencies. These tracking computers are installed in law enforcement vehicles, helicopters and planes and are used by law enforcement to find and recover the stolen vehicle, often apprehending the thieves and recovering additional stolen vehicles in the process.

Training and Support for Law Enforcement

To facilitate operations, LoJack provides special liaisons to law enforcement agencies nationwide. Liaisons are former law enforcement personnel who offer training, serve as advisers and provide equipment to system users.

Use the Contact form at the top or bottom of the page to reach our Law Enforcement Liaison Team to learn more about bringing LoJack services to your community.

Our Partners

LoJack works with a number of organizations and agencies around the country and around the world to help reduce auto thefts effect on society. Below are some of the organizations that we collaborate with to help keep our community members safe, secure and protected.

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Premier interstate justice and public safety network in the nation for the exchange of law enforcement, criminal justice and public safety-related information.

NLETS website
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Dedicated to developing and encouraging the highest professional standards of conduct among auto theft investigators, and eliminating all factors interfering with the administration of auto theft suppression effort.

IAATI website
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Regional authorities aimed at networking and sharing information to further the common goal of auto crime prevention worldwide.

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We are proud to work with nearly 2,000 law enforcement agencies across the US, and we are committed to helping law enforcement reduce the impact of crime in the community. Pat Clancy Vice President of Law Enforcement, LoJack

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Contact Local Liaison

*LoJack® unit activation is contingent upon the vehicle being located within LoJack’s coverage area that spans counties across 29 states throughout the US and the District of Columbia. You may find LoJack’s coverage areas at www.lojack.com/coverage or by calling 1-800-4-LoJack.