Electronic Monitoring Unit

The Electronic Monitoring Unit of Adult Probation and Parole Services is responsible for the court-ordered supervision of individuals under probation / parole using electronic monitoring devices.
 
Electronic Monitoring Qualifications
  • Client must have a legal right to reside at the home, either through lease agreement or ownership. If the client does not possess this qualification, he/she must have permission from the owner / lessee to reside there.
  • The residence must have electricity, running water and all other facilities necessary to meet health and safety standards.
  • The residence must also be free of all alcohol, drugs, and weapons.
Electronic Monitoring Eligibility Form

Cost of Electronic Monitoring
Type of Monitor  Cost 
GPS – Active electronic monitoring
 $10 / day
GPS – Passive electronic monitoring
 $10 / day
House Arrest with Electronic Monitoring (no phone line required)
 $10 / day
SCRAM (Alcohol Monitoring)
 $10 / day
 
Electronic Monitoring Window Guidelines 
Windows are an authorized absence from the home defined by a scheduled departure and return time for a specific purpose as approved by the supervising officer.
  • Windows are open only for work schedules, religious services, medical appointments, and legal obligations.
  • Windows must be submitted the Thursday prior to the following week.
  • A probation officer is on-call 24 hours/day, 7 days/week for emergency purposes only. The on-call probation officer is not permitted to modify or open new windows.