Monthly Archives: January 2012

Another parolee cut off his gps device

Covina parolee accused of removing GPS ankle bracelet

COVINA – Police arrested a wanted parolee with convictions for home-invasion robbery and auto theft early Tuesday on suspicion of removing a GPS tracking device, officials said.

[important] They should have had our ReliAlert with the SecureCuff![/important]

Our Parole departments don’t have a choice when it comes to utilizing the best gps monitornig devices in the industry. It all comes down to cost!
Unfortunately parole departments don’t have the option to request hi-tech devices that come with 24/7 LIVE monitoring.

[important]There is no excuse to state that parole agents are looking for parolees with the “suspicion” of device removal.[/important]

 

Car thieves try to break leash 39 cases of tampering with GPS bracelet since 2008

Car thieves try to break leash 39 cases of tampering with GPS bracelet since 2008

Winnipeg Free Press
The number of Level 4 offenders wearing tracking bracelets has fluctuated between one to 15 since the start of the young offender GPS monitoring project in April 2008. Up to 20 offenders can be equipped with a device at any one time. On Nov.
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