How Remote Location Monitoring Can Assist Probation and Parole Agencies
A popular alternative technology uses a system that identifies offenders over the telephone with a voice verification technique.
Just because an offender is outfitted with a GPS unit and appears to be following all the rules, doesn’t mean they are. Probation and parole officers cannot become complacent and think the GPS unit will do their job for them.
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