Experts: Tracking devices may provide a false sense of security

06/23/2009 | Sun (Baltimore), The

Parents who fear their children will be abducted or get lost are equipping them with GPS trackers, high-decibel alarms or temporary tattoos with the parents' phone numbers. While 90% of families may lose track of a child momentarily, monitoring devices may create a false sense of security, says Alyssa Dver, executive director of the Center to Prevent Lost Children.

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