Monitoring equipment is designed to hold offenders accountable for their actions, while
maintaining their physical placement in a non-secure setting.
Experienced staff installs GPS equipment and orients clients to the program rules and
expectations. SEM supervises offenders through weekly physical contacts in addition to the
24-hour, 7 days a week GPS surveillance.
1. Install and orient client to equipment and procedures.
2. Monitor offender's movement.
3. Alert Case Manager / Probation Officer of non-compliant offender.
4. Contact local Law Enforcement as needed.
5. Prepare written reports for court.
6. Respond to equipment failures / tampers.
7. Collect fees.
8. Obtain specimens for drug screens / PBTs as requested.
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