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Electronic monitoring for pretrial offenders: Download the free white paper

Learn how to reduce recidivism and jail expenditures despite limited funds and personnel


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By PoliceOne BrandFocus Staff

Law enforcement and corrections agencies across the country face a growing issue. As the number of offenders entering the judicial system increases, the costs associated with them put a strain on the entire system.

Law enforcement and corrections agencies across the country are using electronic monitoring to reduce costs and recidivism rates. (image/iStock)
Law enforcement and corrections agencies across the country are using electronic monitoring to reduce costs and recidivism rates. (image/iStock)

One of the best ways law enforcement can achieve significant time and cost savings is by using offender tracking technologies, also known as electronic monitoring (EM). Because EM systems require far fewer resources than physical detention, this technology frees up budget dollars for solving and preventing crimes.

In this FREE white paper, you will learn how an electronic offender monitoring program can:

  • Reduce personnel costs.
  • Increase efficiencies in tracking multiple offenders.
  • Reduce the rate of recidivism for repeat offenders.
  • Reduce crowding in jails and prison systems.

It also explores eight key elements to look for when choosing an EM system. Fill out the form below to download the complete white paper for free!

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