The New Generation III Alcohol and Marijuana Sensing House Arrest Ankle Bracelet With Active GPS Is Now Available for only $3.50 per day!
by CB Home Detention Equipment and Services, Inc.
Electronic Monitoring Just Got Better!
The Tattle Tale™ Alcohol and Marijuana Sensing House
Arrest Ankle Bracelet Uses High Technology to Keep Offenders
on a Short Leash.
The Tattle Tale™ Generation III Alcohol and Marijuana Sensing House Arrest
Ankle Bracelet with active GPS location monitoring technology can
track and monitor house arrest individuals on a twenty-four hour,
seven day-a- week basis.
This remarkable product detects whether an offender, sentenced
to house arrest, is consuming alcohol or marijuana , and it instantly identifies
the location of that offender.
How it Works
The new Tattle Tale™ alcohol and marijuana sensing house
arrest ankle bracelet works with Bluetooth® enabled handsets
which transmit the GPS location of the offender, and the data from the ankle
bracelet sensors. The GPS and sensor data is transmitted through the
Sprint or Verizon wireless network communication system to an internet
Using the Internet user interface, private service providers, as well as probation departments, parole officers and court officials can monitor active
GPS data for each offender, track the historical GPS, time and
location information, and monitor the current and historical status of each sensor
on the ankle bracelet.
The new redesigned Generation III alcohol and marijuana sensing house arrest ankle bracelet has multiple
features to provide complete monitoring of offenders. If alcohol
is consumed, it is metabolized and diffuses throughout the body.
This alcohol is present in various bodily substances such as breath,
blood, urine and perspiration. Some percentage of consumed alcohol
is metabolized through the skin.
The primary sensor measures the specific characteristics that are chemically emitted transdermally from the body and measured against a pre-test baseline
trip level for each offender.
Additional sensors in the bracelet measure body mass/body proximity
(to detect tamper events), and battery voltage levels. The bracelet
and handheld GPS tracking device are electronically tethered together
so that the bracelet and tracking device cannot be separated.
The offender cannot simply hand-off the tracking device to another
person. Any attempt to remove the bracelet will cause sudden changes
to be detected in the proximity sensors
which will send an alarm notice.
The active GPS technology not only provides location information,
it also offers the option to create a “Geo-Fence” whereby
a specific location or geographical area may be identified as a
restricted area for higher risk offenders.
Sprint or Verizon provides the wireless network so the alcohol and marijuana house
arrest bracelet is not hindered by the drawbacks of land-based/hard-line
telephones (some offenders do not have land-line telephone service
anymore due to the prolific use of cellular telephones).
A unique automated voice audio message and signal tone will remind the offender that the
batteries in the ankle bracelet and/or the GPS tracking device are due
to be recharged.
The bracelet is water resistant and shock resistant.
The new redesigned Generation III Alcohol and marijuana House Arrest Ankle Bracelet is worn around the ankle
and is fitted close to the surface of the skin. The bracelet casing is made
from a high grade ABS plastic and the straps are made of Santoprene
(a high grade plastic/rubber compound). It weighs approximately
6.5 ounces. Power is supplied by an internal rechargeable battery
system. The bracelet is light, compact and can be worn without much
Active GPS tracking
Body mass / body proximity sensors
Medical grade casing/strap materials
Weighs only 6.5 oz.
Real time “Geo-Fence” surveillance
Water resistant and shock resistant
Auto-reminders for battery recharging
User interface software packages
The advanced software is a web based interface monitoring system that enables
private service providers, probation departments, parole officers and court officials to manage
their electronic monitoring program. The user
interface is a software application where probation departments, parole officers and court
officials can access any offender’s secured information from
any Internet connected computer.
The monitoring software provides access to real-time active GPS
data twenty-four hours a day – seven days a week. The user
interface uses Bing Mapping® content to identify and plot the offender’s
location. Monitoring personnel can obtain street level mapping or
satellite imaging based on specific requirements.
There are printable reports available to review each offender or
group of offenders. The reporting data is organized so the offender’s
historical GPS locations are listed along with the historical bracelet
The offender’s data is digitally transmitted and updated at regular intervals
to reflect their every move. This gives valuable information to
private service providers, or officers so they may ensure compliance and appropriately handle
any exceptions. This software provides an efficient, cost
effective alternative to incarceration.
Please contact CB Home Detention Equipment and Services, Inc.
for pricing and availability at 740-679-3641 or submit the information