Electronic Monitoring Criminal Justice
Judicial-Link Phone Number
GPS Ankle Monitor PreTrial Release

Pretrial Release with Gps Ankle Bracelet

Pretrial Release with Gps Ankle Bracelet

“Judicial-Link Gps Monitoring Service for Pretrial Release”

For court approved pretrial defendants Judicial-Link monitoring service is a viable alternative to Jail.  Our Gps electronic monitoring service offers viable alternatives to keeping defendants in jail, combined with a strong understanding of electronic monitoring capabilities and measurable goals, objectives are established with the Client, Court and Counsel. For qualified adult pretrial defendants Gps monitoring technology is a viable alternative to incarceration or detainment. The technology allows them to continue their employment and/or education responsibilities in the community while waiting for their trial to begin. Because they’re in the community, they’re closer to their family and circle of friends for support. This approach helps reduce cost and liability for housing, meals and medical treatment.

Electronic Monitoring Benefits: Has the potential to reduce jail and prison overcrowding, to be more cost-effective than incarceration, to remove the burden of cost from the Tax payer, to provide a flexible alternative, to provide an immediate sanction, and to provide a greater social benefit than incarceration. 

The reported cost to house an inmate in county jail on average is $114 per day. “Public Policy Institute of California”. Starting cost of Judicial-Link Gps Service $16.00 a day

“The purposes of the pretrial release: Include providing due process to those accused of crime, maintaining the integrity of the judicial process by securing defendants for trial, and protecting victims, witnesses and the community from threat, danger or interference.” American Bar Association.

 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.  
See How Gps Works  Smithsonian Time and Navigation Series