No matter what kind of rightful and holy justification you may have for using iPhone spy app, you still cannot completely deny the fact that it still fundamentally invades someone’s privacy. Spying and tracking functions of monitoring software are still NOT considered to be completely good.
But what if a more authoritative figure uses the tracking software? Would it still be “not completely good”? A police using iPhone spy software to keep an eye on sex offenders might not look as bad as a paranoid wife trying to snoop on his supposedly unfaithful husband.
How to use iphone spying app to keep the law’s eye on alleged sex offenders
You might be wondering, how exactly do cops use the monitoring software then? Well, we might not be experts when it comes to the law, but we do know a few situations where cops could use a cell phone tracking software quite effectively.
When the Sex Offender is within an Active Investigation
During times of active investigation, cops usually require the people involved to bring some of the belongings that are possibly involved in the criminal case. This typically includes the phone of the alleged sex offender, which would be used to extract activity data. As an added precaution, the police might decide to discreetly install a iPhone spy app, to observe the alleged offender and to analyze further if they’ve got a positive find.
When the Sex Offender is on Probation
Probation can be described as a detached form of imprisonment; instead of standing behind bars, the alleged offender can walk outside freely, albeit with the company of a supervising probation officer. To give proper aid to the supervising officer, authorities could use a iPhone spy app as an additional channel for observation (thus arbitrarily doubling the observational data obtained). They could also use the software as an additional “leash”, to further keep the sex offender from repeating a criminal offense.
When the Sex Offender is Still under Preliminary Observation
If the sex offender is not yet officially determined as a suspect, the police might first attempt to observe the person at a distance. Since close contact with the phone is not possible, discreetly installing the software traditionally is technically out of the question. A remote installation is done instead. That’s right, “installing” the software remotely is very possible, although its use and implementation is very, very limited, and at most times, you would only probably be able to get GPS functionality. It is still quite effective however, because it gives the authorities a chance to easily track down the alleged sex offender without letting the person observed know of their “remote” presence.
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When the Sex Offender is Positively Identified as a Suspect
When there are no doubts and the police are sure that the sex offender is definitely the suspect, a secret manual installation may then be executed. This might look a bit stupid and futile, since the whole point of the software is to observe the offender at a distance, but this can actually be the only way that they could collect more specific usage data as evidence against the sex offender. Treat this method as a “traditional spy game” method, where our police heroes attempt to manually spy on the suspect until the software gets successfully installed.