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Vehicle Wired Trackers

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Derbyshire Rural Crime Team
Vehicle Wired Trackers Non Derbyshire Dales Resident
Derbyshire Rural Crime Team, working in partnership with Back2You has secured a
number of trackers which can be fitted to Landrovers ,Quad Bikes Tractors. This will
enable the owner and the Police to monitor any movements of the vehicles should
they be stolen.
What it costs
The cost to you is £140.00 and includes a years live tracking facility . There are no
contracts, however after the initial 12 months there would be a further £50 per year
ongoing cost
How it works
The tracker will work worldwide and is simple to use. The tracker comes with a
simple step-by-step guide.
The tracker requires a live 12v power supply . The tracker will be activated via a
downloaded app .
What you get
With your tracker, you will receive the facility to monitor its movements for 12 months
. The company gives a 12 month guarantee and free technical help should a
problem arise.
The tracker can be monitored on www.back2voutrackinq.com.
You can alter the settings of the tracker to allow it to notify you
o if there is any movement of the vehicle it is attached to;
o if the vehicle achieves a certain speed
o if the vehicle leaves the boundary of a pre-affanged area which you have set
How it helps the Rural Crime Team
The company will notify us of all sold trackers to enable us to monitor them.
How to obtain your tracker
The trackers can be purchased from Back2You. Phone 0800 009 6366 and quote
discount code FARM 30 to obtain your tracker for £140.00
Once you have accepted the installation of a dedicated police mobile number as one
of the five available to receive the alerts, the tracker will then be despatched.

Last Updated on Monday, 22 January 2018 11:47  

Dates of Meetings for 2019/20

All meetings are in the small room in the Methodist Church Hall, Edale Road and start at 7.45pm unless otherwise stated. Meetings are open to the public. Please click on a meeting to see the agenda, this will only become available one week before the meeting and will be replaced by unadopted minutes approximately one week after the meeting. If the word UNADOPTED appears as a watermark across the minutes then these minutes have not yet been adopted by the council. Minutes are usually adopted at the following meeting For more information please contact the Clerk.

13th May 2019 (AGM)

3rd June 2019

1st July 2019

August (No meeting)

9th September 2019

7th October 2019

4th November 2019

2nd December 2019

6th January 2020

3rd February 2020

2nd March 2020

6th April 2020

11th May 2020


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Other Useful links include:

Hope Sports Club

Hope Valley College

High Peak Borough Council

Derbyshire County Council

Peak District National Park Authority

Ruth George MP for High Peak

Local Police Safer Neighbourhood Team

High Peak Community Housing

Derbyshire Association of Local Councils

Bradwell Parish Council

Hathersage Parish Council

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