Electronic Monitoring Criminal Justice
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Domestic Violence Monitoring Program

Domestic Violence Electronic Monitoring

Judicial-Link Domestic Violence Monitoring Program  combined with secure Gps Ankle Monitor and VeriTracks software can help to enforce court mandated “no contact” orders in Domestic Violence cases.

Use Judicial-Link electronic monitoring service to track abusers, monitor their proximity to family members, and to hold them accountable for violations. Never before has the tracking of an offender been as advanced and effective as with active GPS tracking. Not only can we establish multiple INCLUSION ZONES to ensure that the offender is at a particular location for certain time periods (e.g. home, work, school), we can also establish EXCLUSION ZONES for areas the court orders the offender to avoid.

Our Monitoring Center can watch an enrollee movements on the screen as they occur. Along with the GPS receiver incorporated into the unit, there is also a cellular receiver which allows the device to communicate instantly

Violent spouses terrorize their families, children and spouses with threats, intimidation, and physical violence. Few are apprehended, but those who are find themselves released back into the community where they seek out their families to offend again. Sixty percent of victims are repeatedly attacked, often with tragic consequences.

Domestic violence is defined as “…abuse committed against an adult or a fully emancipated minor who is a spouse, former spouse, cohabitant, former cohabitant, or person with whom the suspect has had a child or is having or has had a dating or engagement relationship.” [13700(b) PC].
Abuse is defined as “…intentionally or recklessly causing or attempting to cause bodily injury, or placing another person in reasonable apprehension of imminent serious bodily injury to himself or herself, or another.” [13700(a) PC]

 California Partnership to End Domestic Violence and National Coalition Against Domestic Violence

 The Recovery Village: Domestic violence and substance abuse are often intimately linked and occur simultaneously. In fact, According to the American Society of Addiction Medicine, substance abuse is involved in approximately half of all intimate partner violence.