Click here to read this Washington Post story about the involvement of a GPS monitoring device and a suspect involved in a shooting incident.
This story from KPCC radio station in Southern California discusses the impact AB109 is having on the local sheriff and the California Department of Corrections and Rehabilitation parole agents to punish parolees who remove their GPS monitoring device.
Click here to read the story out of California, which studied the arrest rates of those individuals on parole and probation.
The San Francisco Chronicle carried an Associated Press story out of St. Paul, Minnesota, on Ramsey County’s pilot program using GPS to monitor offenders and victims of domestic violence.
Here’s a link to a story from the St. Paul Pioneer Press discussing Ramsey County’s pilot program for domestic violence victims and offenders.
Click here to read the story out of St. Paul, Minnesota. Ramsey County is launching a pilot program to use Stalker Alert to notify victims of domestic violence when the offender is in the vicinity and the offender is monitored with BLUtag.
Click here to read the story out of the Los Angeles, California, area where a sex offender is accused of exposing himself to a girl. His GPS monitoring device places him at the location where the incident occured at the time it occured.
Click here to read this story out of the Los Angeles area where a burglary suspect’s GPS monitoring device confirmed his presence at the crime scene when it occurred.
Click here to read the story out of Beaufort, South Carolina, and supervising adults and juveniles in the community.
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To read this story out of Omaha, Nebraska, click here.
Click here to read the news story out of Atlanta, Georgia.
Click here for the news story out of Paulding County, Georgia.
Click here to read the news story out of Kings County, California.
Click here to read a story from the St. Paul (MN) Pioneer Press about the economics of preventing crime.
Click here to read the news story out of Gary, Indiana.
Click here to read the news story out of Tehama County, California.
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To read the transcript of an interview with Mr. William Bales, Florida State University’s College of Criminalogy and Criminal Justice, and Mr. Carlton Butler, Court Services and Offender Supervision Agency, from the District of Columbia’s Public Safety radio program, click here.
To read this news story about GPS monitoring of offenders in Fresno County, California, click here.
To read this news story out of Los Angeles, click here.
Click here to read the story out of Sherman Oaks, California, regarding the use of GPS monitoring equipment and crime scene correlation software.
Click here to read the news story out of Orange County, California, and learn about the in-house Monitoring Center operated by the Probation Department, which is a first in the state and only one of a handful in the nation.
Click here to read this story from Corrections.com about the Court Services and Offender Supervision Agency in D.C.
Click here to read this story out of Oklahoma discussing a bill designed to slow the growth of the state’s prison population while holding offenders accountable and maintaining community safety.
Click here to read this news story providing a historical perspective on the electronic monitoring industry.
Click here to read the news story explaining a report from the U.S. Department Justice, which found the California Department of Corrections and Rehabilitation’s GPS monitoring program effective.
Click here to read the editorial out of the state of Maine discussing the benefits of using GPS monitoring technology in community corrections.