GPS (Global Positioning System)
GPS (Global Positioning System) is a common method of remote supervision of offenders within communities by using a monitoring system in their home or other designated locations. There are various technology means available to report on an individual's compliance with a restrictive regime. The decision of which monitoring technology to use, should take into consideration the required level of supervision, offenders' profiles, and administrative and treatment goals set by the local criminal justice administration.
HomeBound Services' GPS program is a powerful, comprehensive monitoring tool that ensures our clients all their monitoring needs are accounted for and securely performed, while enabling careful management of operational resources.
Clients on GPS are allowed to participate in the following activities:
- Work (Full schedule must be submitted weekly by managing superior)
- Anything court-ordered (i.e. treatment)
- (4) hours of "personal time" per week. This is awarded after the first two week are successfully completed.