Police & Rescue Services

Welcome Law Enforcement and Search and Rescue Agencies!

We realize that when someone with Alzheimer’s, dementia, Autism or other cognitive disorder wanders and becomes lost, you are the first to receive the missing person call. Statistics show that the financial and man power expenditure to recover a missing person can be burdensome, especially for those chronic wanderers.

At GTX Corp, we have developed a simple and easy to use monitoring and tracking solution that empowers caregivers & family members to find their loved one on their own with the push of a button on their smartphone. We have already conducted several trials with police departments across the U.S. and all of them have found that our solution is superior to any other GPS or RFID tracking device found in the marketplace today.

If you are with a law enforcement agency, involved with Search and Rescue or even personal security, please contact us so we can discuss your needs and how we can possibly work together.

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Police Partnership News

GTX Corp Begins Pre Order Sales and Testing of 4G LTE SmartSoles

  LOS ANGELES, CALIFORNIA – September 17, 2020 – GTX Corp (OTC: GTXO) (“the Company”), a pioneer in the field of health & safety wearable GPS human and asset tracking systems and personal protective medical equipment, announced today it has begun taking pre- orders as field testing its new 4G... Read More

Nearly Half of Children with Autism Wander

According to the Interactive Autism Network (IAN), www.ianproject.org, the nation’s largest online autism research project, approximately half of parents of children with autism report that their child elopes, with nearly 50% saying that their child went missing long enough to cause significant concern about safety. Parents with an autistic child should... Read More