University to Try 'Bait Bikes'

June 2009
Security: Solutions for Enterprise Security Leaders;Jun2009 Supplement, p25
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The article reports on the campus police plan "Bait Bike" program in the University of Minnesota in Minneapolis, Minneapolis. It notes that Global Positioning System (GPS) equipped bicycles will be installed in high-theft areas in campus. It adds that the program will be implemented by fall semester 2009 in an effort to address bike thefts in the university. It mentions that the University of Wisconsin-Madison also implemented Bait Bikes 2008 and a significant drop in bike theft was noted.


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