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What Are the Types of Gps Monitoring Ankle Bracelets?

Being incarcerated for a crime does not necessarily mean imprisonment. Criminals can repay their debts to society and alleviate some problems in the criminal justice system in various ways. In the United States, overcrowding in prisons is a problem that leads to violence, lack of healthcare, reduced reform opportunities, and restricted visits. The recent pandemic has also affected COVID infection and death rates as many prisons operate at full capacity. GPS monitoring ankle bracelets are an alternative to confinement. GPS monitoring ankle bracelets are devices used to track offenders and restrict their movements.

How do GPS monitoring ankle bracelets work?

The ankle monitoring device tracks the movement of the offender and ensures they remain within the physical boundaries of probation. With GPS monitoring bracelet, law enforcement can monitor the wearer's location in real-time and notify the correctional department immediately if there is any violation. There are different regulations in most states, but ankle monitors are usually used for house arrest, probation, and parole. There are several different types of GPS monitoring ankle bracelets, all with GPS functionality, while others have voice communication, alcohol detection, and curfew monitoring functions. They also help keep offenders away from certain areas, and sex offenders cannot get close to children's schools, or else the GPS monitoring ankle bracelets will sound an alarm. The device can be customized for each offender, controlling the travel radius according to the offender's confinement conditions. Gosafe Tracker has the following series solution,  GPS tracker for house arrest, corrections inmate locator and GPS domestic violence.

Types of GPS monitoring ankle bracelets

The first type of monitoring ankle bracelets is radio frequency monitors, which do not provide the wearer's exact location but notify authorities when the wearer enters or deviates from a designated location. Radio frequency monitors are most commonly used in curfew and house arrest cases, and the wearer must be in a specific location at a specific time.

The second type is global positioning system or GPS monitors, which are more precise and can relay location data according to specified intervals or continuously. These are usually reserved for offenders who are allowed to travel and have cleared a pre-arranged schedule. These are also used to restrict certain offenders from getting close to specific people or places.

The final type is a secure remote continuous alcohol monitoring system, which, although it can also relay location data, is primarily aimed at detecting alcohol consumption levels, monitoring alcohol test sweat regularly, and forwarding the collected data to monitoring agencies.

In most cases, GPS monitoring ankle bracelets are a viable and reliable alternative to confinement and can help eligible offenders rebuild their lives and stay away from a life of crime. 

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