Use our Electronic Monitoring Solutions and GPS Ankle Bracelet
Judicial-Link GPS electronic monitoring solutions and active GPS Ankle bracelets are useful to the criminal justice system. In many ways they implement a greater social benefit than incarceration by providing an immediate sanction and flexible sentencing alternative that reduces jail and prison overcrowding. Thereby electric monitoring is more cost-effective than incarceration because of its ability to remove the burden of cost from the Tax payer.
The versatility of the GPS technology allows tracking and communication with all types of offenders (low-risk or high-risk), indoors and outdoors, 24/7. The GPS Ankle Monitoring device receives GPS location points from the satellites orbiting the earth and reports or transmits them to VeriTracks proprietary cloud based software. VeriTracks displays the GPS location points in the order received on maps supplied by Google Maps™. The maps in VeriTracks have the same functionality as Google Maps provides in its commercial version – map, satellite, hybrid and Street View where available. Veritrack street level map views allow for customizing of the allowed and permitted zones.
Reforming the Criminal Justice System:
In the 2013 article, “Smart on Crime” the Department of Justice suggests a need for a significant change in our approach to enforcing the nation’s laws. Today, a vicious cycle of poverty, criminality, and incarceration traps too many Americans and weakens too many communities. However, many aspects of our criminal justice system may actually exacerbate this problem, rather than alleviate it.
Judicial Link has a strong understanding of electronic monitoring capabilities. Our organization works with the Client, Court and Counsel to establish measurable goals for defendants approved by the Court.
How does Judicial-Link Active GPS Monitoring Work?
Enrolled defendant is fitted with an electronic Ankle Bracelet, the Global Positioning System (GPS) monitoring works due to the triangulation of satellites orbiting the earth. To “triangulate” means that a GPS receiver measures distance using the travel time of radio signals. When a user’s GPS ankle bracelet reads the signals sent to it by the satellites, these signals can provide information as to the wearer’s location, speed of movement and direction of movement.