electronic monitoring

September 30, 2016

Electronic monitoring of offenders has more than doubled in 10 years

According to a recent report from The Pew Charitable Trusts the number of accused and convicted offenders placed on electronic monitoring rose nearly 140 percent over 10 years, thanks in large part to a sharp increase in the use of GPS technology. The findings are based on a survey conducted […]
May 5, 2015

Criminal justice committees offer broad perspective to solving correctional challenges

Criminal justice committees, boards and councils can play a critical role in assessing local needs and planning for the future. As criminal justice agencies seek to promote change, address public safety concerns or plan for resource allocation, they often look to established planning groups, such as commissions, boards and councils. […]
November 19, 2014

Mitigating the cost of aging prisoners through alternatives to incarceration

Aging prisoners are a growing number within the total inmate population. Their health care typically costs more and they require more time and attention from correctional officers who already have a full roster of inmates to monitor. This reality has led many advocates to argue for the implementation of alternative […]
June 18, 2014

Day Reporting Center opened in Imperial County

GEO Reentry Services was recently chosen to manage a day reporting center in Imperial County, Calif., in partnership with the Imperial County Sheriff’s Office. The center commemorated its March opening with an open house celebration in May, which included a keynote speech from Imperial County Superior Court Presiding Judge Poli […]