Buckle your seatbelt extra tight and be prepared for anything when you ride shotgun with the Wolf Pack as they chase down stolen cars and the real-life criminals driving them. Formally known as the Essex/Union County Auto Theft Task Force, these highly trained officers rely on high-tech vehicles and devices - including heavy-metal tricked-out SUVs, decoy cars, Lojack tracking, automated license plate readers, and even a helicopter with a heat-seeking camera - to track and collar the thieves. For the ATTF, recovering the stolen property is only one part of the job. Hot cars are often used in robberies, murders and drug running, so the stakes are high: even an ordinary traffic stop can explode into a potentially lethal gun battle. In the United States, a car is stolen every 26 seconds, sometimes at gun or knifepoint. Jacked, from A&E, gives you a rare inside look at the stealth tactics used to put these thieves behind bars.