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House Arrest Rules, Conditions, and Penalties

If you or a loved one qualify for house arrest instead of a prison sentence, it can be confusing to understand what the rules are. Surely, you’ve got a lot of questions and need help answering them. You’re already doing the right thing by researching about house arrest and what it entails. Lack of research can

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probation and parole

What Are the Differences Between Probation and Parole?

In 2018, an estimated 4.5 million people were on probation or parole nationwide. While this represents only a fraction of the people who are doing time for a criminal offense, there is a distinction that makes both the people who are on probation and those who are on parole somewhat similar. Both parole and probation

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The Future of Probation and GPS

In the United States, there are more than 4.5 million people on probation or parole nationwide. This is nearly double the number of people currently in incarceration centers.  2.3 million people a year exit probation or parole after failing to complete the program. A Probation ankle monitor is not an uncommon sight.  You may use them

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Bail Bondsmen

The Rise of the GPS Monitoring Device in Bail Bondsmen

Demand for GPS ankle monitors has surged since the start of the COVID-19 pandemic. Courts have ordered an estimated 25-30% more prisoners to wear GPS monitors. Bail bondsmen are also part of the overall increase in demand. Defendants released on a bail bond are 28% less likely to fail to appear than defendants released on

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How Detention Centers Make Use of GPS Monitoring Devices

Detention centers have hit the headlines this year frequently. In part due to the President’s controversial zero-tolerance policy towards immigration. While alternatives to detention (ATDs) have been in use since around 2002, they’ve increased in popularity and widespread use. This has been compounded by the recent scandals around the separation of immigrant parents from their children.

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You’re Under House Arrest: How GPS Monitoring Devices Work

GPS monitoring devices are more commonly known as ankle bracelets, ankle monitors, or ankle tags. These are used to monitor people and their locations while they await trial, or if they are on house arrest. Ankle bracelets are also used to monitor people on parole or probation.  Even though GPS monitoring devices have many criticisms

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What Are GPS Ankle Bracelets and Are They Effective?

When you do the crime, you have to do the time, but does it always have to be a harsh, harsh lesson? Some crimes do not warrant exorbitant amounts of time in jail. Did you know the criminal justice system incarcerates over 2 million people or one in every 10?  GPS ankle bracelets serve as the

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7 Reasons You Should Consider a GPS Monitoring Device Program

Soon after Christian Tyler was arrested for beating his girlfriend, he was released on bail. His girlfriend was released from the hospital just hours earlier and she moved in with her mother in a state of fear. By the end of the night, unfortunately, she would be dead.  While the above example is hypothetical, this could easily be a real-world case.

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Improve Your Tracking Capabilities with Kappa Technologies, LLC

Kapa Technologies, LLC is your partner in acquiring accurate and secure ankle monitors. Our partnership with Track Group allows us to provide you with high-quality trackers like the ReliAlert™XC3. We look forward to supplying all your offender and defendant tracking needs.

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