Electronic Monitoring

Electronic Monitoring includes GPS Tracking, Home Detention/Curfew Monitoring (EM); and Continuous Alcohol Monitoring (CAM) with SCRAM or any combination of these options.

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When is Electronic Monitoring Effective?

 

  • DUI and other Alcohol-related Cases

  • Domestic Violence Cases

  • Family Court Cases

  • Juveniles/Seniors

  • Medical Complications

  • Out-Of-County Residents

How is Electronic Monitoring Being Used?

  • Pretrial Supervision and Assessment

  • Condition of OR/Bail

  • Delayed Entry of Judgment

  • Condition of Sentence

  • Intensive Probation and Parole Supervision

  • Graduated Release from Residential Programs

  • Supplement to Outpatient Treatment Programs

Why Do Judges Order Electronic Monitoring?

Monitoring programs increase sentencing options and enable courts to:

  • Impact public safety

  • Improve offender accountability

  • Provide timely and accurate evidence of compliance with court conditions including alcohol abstinence, stay away orders and curfews

  • Utilize evidence-based sentences

  • Enhance supervision 

LCA Electronic Monitoring Program Options

In addition to relieving jail overcrowding, electronic monitoring is an effective solution to help manage participants, both pretrial and sentenced, safely in the community. Depending on the type of monitoring required, LCA offers various equipment options.

LCA provides the technology, services and case management to support succeful reentry. 

LCA programs keep clients accountable, while allowing them to: 

 

  • Keep their Jobs

  • Pay Taxes

  • Pay Court Fines

  • Support their Families

  • Make Restitution

  • Reintegrate into the Community