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In justice and law, house arrest (also called home confinement, home detention, or, in modern times, electronic monitoring) is a measure by which a person is confined by the authorities to a residence. Travel is usually restricted, if allowed at all. House arrest is an alternative to prison time or juvenile-detention time.


House arrest (with or without electronic monitoring) allows a person who is sentenced to a jail term to spend the time at his home as an alternative to being physically confined to jail. Electronic home detention is monitored using an electronic sensor strapped to an offender's ankle and linked by telephone lines to a central ...


https://www.ojjdp.gov/mpg/litreviews/Home_Confinement_EM.pdf. Prepared by Development Services Group, Inc., under cooperative agreement number 2013– JF–FX–K002. Home Confinement and Electronic Monitoring. Home Confinement. Home confinement or house arrest—with and without electronic monitoring (or ...


A standalone home curfew system that fully integrates in a single software application with the SCRAM Systems suite of electronic monitoring technologies.


confinement: An evaluation of a community-based sentencing option. Crime and Delinquency, 38(2),158-170. Jones, M. & Ross, D. L. (1997). Electronic house arrest and boot camp in North. Carolina: Comparing recidivism. Criminal Justice Policy Review 8 (4), 383-404. Kuplinski, J. (1990). Electronic offender monitoring in ...


Jan 22, 2015 ... On January 27th, domestic violence survivor Marissa Alexander will walk out of Florida's Duval County jail—but she won't be free. Alexander, whose case has gained some notoriety, endured three years of jail time and a year of house arrest while fighting off a prison sentence that would have seen her ...


What is the Electronic Monitoring Program (EMP)?. The Electronic Monitoring Program is the most restrictive as it is ordered by the Court. The restrictions are the same as HA but the child must also wear an ankle transmitter that cannot be removed. If the child leaves the home, the Probation staff will be alerted.


Protecting the Community • Saving the Cost of Incarceration. Welcome to House Arrest Services. House Arrest Services provides the most reliable and efficient court-ordered defendant monitoring equipment available today. We are a full service provider, offering a portfolio of services in a one-stop shop for all your electronic ...

Nov 3, 2015 ... Everyday more than 100 inmates from Brown County Jail on are electronic monitoring living at home, working, and serving their sentence.