[vc_row][vc_column][vc_column_text]Yes, AngelSense and other GPS tracking devices are legal, period. A law was even passed recently, Kevin and Avonte's Law, to prevent wandering tragedies by allocating funds to assist in the development of tracking devices like AngelSense. Bottom line, if you are the legal guardian of a child under 18 you have the legal right...GO »
Voice Features Legal Aspects
The AngelSense device is far less invasive than that of a cell phone, which can record audio and video and can call out to any number. The AngelSense device does not have the ability to record audio, record video, or call out. Also, since the device is secured inside of the clothing, voice quality is limited and not effective for eavesdropping.
Parents are advised to use the device according to their state law.
AngelSense and schools share the same goal of keeping our children safe. When needed, the voice features can be completely disabled during school hours. Learn more
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