Electronic Monitoring Device Applications for Juvenile Court
Our New Electronic Monitoring Devices (alcohol and marijuana) facilitate both the surveillance and the rehabilitative
process. Alcohol and marijuana detecting ankle bracelets are now available. Bracelets that can detect methamphetamine are presently under development. Cocaine and opiate sensing bracelets will follow.
In the Juvenile Court system, probation officers work to achieve
compliance with the court’s orders and seek to achieve
a measure of rehabilitation in the juvenile offender. Juvenile
probation officers do a stellar job in accomplishing this difficult
Our new Generation III alcohol and marijuana sensing ankle bracelet gives the juvenile probation officer
the tools and a method for complete supervision and control.
The drugs of choice for today’s juvenile offenders are alcohol, marijuana and
It is no longer necessary to randomly bring the juvenile offender
into the probation department or to a drug testing facility for
a urine test or a swab test.
The electronic monitoring hardware and software is designed to
show whether the juvenile offender is in compliance. Specific
tests are not necessary unless used to confirm the alcohol or drug sensing
ankle bracelet readings.
Where Is He - Where Was He?
The probation officer can track the juvenile offender by the ankle
bracelet’s active GPS technology feature and determine if
the juvenile is in school. The software automatically keeps a chronological
archive of the geographic locations of the offender throughout the