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Electronic offender monitoring in Virginia

John R. Kuplinski

Electronic offender monitoring in Virginia

evaluation report

by John R. Kuplinski

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Published by Dept. of Criminal Justice Services, Division of State and Local Services, Correctional Services Section in Richmond, Va .
Written in English

    Places:
  • Virginia
    • Subjects:
    • Electronic monitoring of parolees and probationers -- Virginia -- Evaluation.

    • Edition Notes

      StatementJohn R. Kuplinski.
      ContributionsVirginia. Dept. of Criminal Justice Services. Correctional Services Section.
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsHV9305.V8 K86 1990
      The Physical Object
      Pagination v, 63 leaves ;
      Number of Pages63
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL1669522M
      LC Control Number91622477

      Book Description. This major new book brings together leading researchers in the field in order to describe and analyse internationally significant theoretical and empirical work on offender supervision, and to address the policy and practice implications of this work within and across jurisdictions. Home Confinement and Electronic Monitoring Home Confinement. Home confinement or house arrest—with and without electronic monitoring (or EM)—is an intermediate community corrections program designed to restrict the activities of juvenile offenders in the community. Home confinement restricts the freedom of juvenile offenders by requiring File Size: KB.

      Offender Supervision with Electronic Technology: Community Corrections Resource 9 editor of the Journal of Offender Monitoring, provided valuable assistance on several aspects of this project. The authors of the first edition of this guidebook deserve special recognition—Ann Crowe, Linda Sydney, and .   The Evolution Of Electronic Monitoring Devices The device, which was first created for positive reinforcement, is now used by courts as a cost-effective way .

      Offenders supervised using electronic monitoring devices are managed more closely than other offenders in the community. The use of electronic monitoring is sometimes used to divert offenders from placement in local county jails as well as act as an additional deterrent to parolees and probationers being managed in the community. Contract with Sentinel Offender Services for Electronic Monitoring of Offenders Page 5 of OVERVIEW CONTRACT SCOPE The purpose of this contract is the purchase of vendor-provided equipment and services for the monitoring of offenders through Radio Frequency (RF) electronic monitoring, alcohol monitoring,File Size: 7MB.


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Electronic offender monitoring in Virginia by John R. Kuplinski Download PDF EPUB FB2

A court order, the Virginia Parole Board, or the Code of Virginia may require the use of GPS supervision, which supplements and complements intensive and regular supervision level services.

Courts may also assign offenders to a home/electronic incarceration program instead of incarceration in a state or local correctional facility. RD38 - Monitoring of Offenders Required to Comply with the Sex Offender Registry Requirements – January Published: Author: Secretary of Public Safety and Homeland Security Electronic offender monitoring in Virginia book Authority: Appropriation Act - Item I (Special Session I, ).

Localities wishing to implement a program may find additional resource information in Offender Supervision with Electronic Technology: Community Corrections Resource (2nd edition), published by the Bureau of Justice Assistance (BJA) and the American Probation and Parole Association (APPA).

Any offender or accused assigned to such a program by the court or sheriff who, without proper authority or just cause, leaves his place of home/electronic incarceration, the area to which he has been assigned to work or attend educational or other rehabilitative programs, including a court-ordered intensive case monitoring program for child support, or the vehicle or route of travel involved in his.

Electronic monitoring (EM) is a way of supervising offenders in the community whilst they are on bail, serving a community sentence or after release from prison. Various technologies can be used, including voice verification, GPS satellite tracking and – most commonly - the use of radio frequency to monitor house arrest.

The Sex Offender and Crimes against Minors Registry program is statutorily provided through Chapter 9, of Title of the Code of Virginia. The registry, including the Public Notification Database, is based on the Virginia General Assembly's decision to facilitate access to publicly-available information about persons convicted of specified.

Sentinel Offender Services provides electronic monitoring, alcohol testing, reentry, case management and offender-management programs and services to local and state courts, probation and parole departments, and other law enforcement agencies. Any offender or accused assigned to such a program by the court or sheriff who, without proper authority or just cause, leaves his place of home/electronic incarceration, the area to which he has been assigned to work or attend educational or other rehabilitative programs, including a court-ordered intensive case monitoring program for child support, or the vehicle or route of travel.

Today, record increases in the number of non-violent criminal offenders are putting a strain on overcrowded jails, prisons, and entire judicial systems.

An electronic monitoring solution may be the answer. The Omnilink OM, a Sierra Wireless Solution, is a next-generation offender monitoring device that improves efficiencies in monitoring and. The Code of Virginia requires persons convicted of driving while suspended or revoked for a second time to attend this one-hour intervention.

During this session ASAP case mangement staff will provide offenders with a copy of their driving record and DMV compliance summary, review all applicable laws, and explain the consequences of future.

Contact Us. Frank has over 8 years of experience as a Probation Case Manager specializing in Electronic Monitoring of offenders. His area of expertise includes GPS monitoring, RF curfew monitoring, BAT (Breath Alcohol Testing) monitoring including equipment specifications, operations procedures, setting parameters for each piece of equipment (e.g.

Offenders who violate electronic monitoring rules may be charged with Violation of Probation. IV Contact Bill Elsenheimer () SHERIFF’S JAIL WORK RELEASE I Eligibility 1. Offenders must be sentenced to a flat jail term or jail as a condition of probation. Jail terms must be fifteen (15) days or more.

Males and females are. The Corrections Marketplace is the database dedicated to corrections professionals, helping them find the products & services they t, Inc,Bob Barker Company,Digital Technologies ,Geovox Security, Inc.,Omniphone Inc.,Streetime Technologies,Alcohol Monitoring Systems,American Corrections Specialists,American Fibertek, Inc.,AnyTrax Telephone Reporting.

The Electronic Monitoring Program operates with a staff of full-time counselors experienced in working intensively with juveniles and their families. Services are provided on an as-needed basis 24/7. Specific requirements are mandated requiring the frequency of contacts within the home, which ensure a high level of supervision and monitoring.

BluTAG-Active ®. BluTag® Active is a one-piece GPS Electronic Monitoring device housing its receiver and transmitter into a single unit. It monitors offenders using active GPS Electronic Monitoring technology, which generates immediate notifications containing near real-time data.

and monitoring of sex offenders in Virginia. Specifically, the letter requested the Crime Commission appoint a Task Force to study the following issues regarding Virginia’s Sex Offender and Crimes Against Minors Registry (“Sex Offender Registry”): (i) Completeness of records for each violation; (ii) Compliance with the Registry.

Electronic Offender Monitoring Hardware options in Canada are offered in various types and data formats at Tratek Industries. These products are all Canadian approved GPS Electronic and Ankle Monitoring Equipment lines that operate in Realtime, Passive or Hybrid Modes.

We are a single-source provider of comprehensive electronic monitoring solutions to over law enforcement and community corrections agencies in 43 states and the District of Columbia. As true pioneers in the development of GPS tracking hardware and software, we are one of the largest providers of active GPS-based offender monitoring hardware.

The candidate (offender) can be assigned to the program if they live outside of Virginia Beach provided their employment is in Virginia Beach.

The residing area is restricted to South Hampton Roads (not the Peninsula i.e. Hampton and Newport News). All eligible EHIP candidates shall be required to secure employment prior to participation in the. ELECTRONIC MONITORING RFP RFQ Page 3 of 45 ELECTRONIC MONITORING PURPOSE The intent of this Request for Proposal (RFP) is to obtain firm fixed price proposals from firms specializing in technology and services designed to track and monitor offender movement through GPS technology to ensure offender compliance with court-orders.

The Corrections Marketplace is the database dedicated to corrections professionals, helping them find the products & services they need.

About 60 of the jail’s 1, inmates are set to be released starting Tuesday and placed on electronic monitoring. All are nonviolent offenders and have 90 days or less left to serve.Electronic Monitoring of Offenders. Electronic monitoring (EM) equipment is used as a surveillance tool to track whether offenders serving curfews comply with their curfews.

The sanction has been criticised for emerging purely as a result of the new technology and as its implementation has been driven by technological advances (Padgett et.