Federal, state and county agencies across the nation use enrollee monitoring technology in the form of ankle bracelets as an optimal solution for supervising agents needing to supervise and monitor the locations and movements of enrollees while helping to keep the public safe. Pretrial adult defendants, pre-adjudicated juveniles, sentenced adult probationers, adjudicated juveniles, adult parolees and post-adjudicated juveniles are often placed on monitoring supervision as an alternative to incarceration or as part of their sentence. Government agencies greatly benefit from enrollee monitoring solutions to help relieve overcrowding in correctional facilities while maintaining critical supervision and location and movement tracking of adults and juveniles in the community.
BLUtag, launched in 2005, is the original one-piece GPS monitoring device. Now in its fifth generation, no other one-piece GPS monitoring has been in use as long as BLUtag. The lightweight and inconspicuous device attaches around an enrollee’s ankle and remains there until the supervising agent removes it.Learn More
BLU+, a one-piece dual RF/GPS device, provides the combination of traditional RF community supervision and specific GPS functionality to monitor enrollees using RF technology as a replacement for traditional house arrest; works in combination with BLUbox, a home-based receiver easily installed in an electrical outlet.Learn More
BLUband provides traditional RF/house arrest monitoring and does not require a programming bracelet to initiate its operations. The device is paired with BLUhome, a home-based receiver. When the enrollee enters the RF signal range of BLUhome, it receives the encrypted RF signal emitted by BLUband. BLUhome records and transmits the date and time when the enrollee enters and leaves his/her house.Learn More
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