AnyTrax Telephone Reporting for Pretrial, Probation, and Parole

By: Anytrax  09-12-2011
Keywords: Electronic Monitoring

For over 650 community supervision agencies, the answer is AnyTrax.

Anytrax offers highly effective Electronic Supervision of offenders and defendants at very low cost, or at no cost to your agency with our convenient service to collect fees from offenders or defendants.

  • Biometric “voice print” verification confirms offender or defendant identity with over 99% accuracy.
  • Monitors offenders and defendants anywhere in the U.S., even if the offender or defendant lives outside the city, county or state of jurisdiction of the court or supervising agency.
  • Available to courts and community supervision agencies, and directly to offenders and defendants who a court orders to arrange private electronic monitoring for home detention.

In a perfect world, every probation officer would have plenty of time to follow up with each offender as often as necessary. You would have all the funding and resources necessary to manage an increasing volume of cases – and finish each day ahead of the curve.

In the real world, however, probation agencies are overloaded and understaffed. More than ever, communities are watching and holding your agency accountable to high standards. You manage growing caseloads and juggle many tasks and programs for rehabilitation and community safety – but at the end of the day, caseload demands may surpass your resources.

AnyTrax offers robust capabilities for checking on offenders, tracking compliance with special conditions, and keeping the lines of communication open, while increasing efficiency and helping officers accomplish more each day.

Pretrial agencies must assess risk and needs of defendants, and provide appropriate supervision for those who aren’t detained. In addition to assuring timely appearance in court, pretrial officers must verify that defendants comply with court orders and don’t pose a threat to the community. That’s no small task in an environment where caseloads and expectations continue to increase but resources don’t. AnyTrax helps pretrial agencies do more with less, automating communication for regular defendant check-ins, house arrest supervision and reminders about court appearances and random drug tests.

To support the transition and re-integration of parolees into the community, AnyTrax is a simple, reliable, effective, and economical method to assist Parole Officers in monitoring compliance with parole requirements. AnyTrax also offers a practical alternatives to detention for intermediate response to some technical violations. Your choice no longer must be “Which parolees can we afford to monitor?”. The low cost and low officer workload of AnyTrax allows you to monitor 10 to 100 times as many parolees as equipment based monitoring programs.

If you supervise juvenile offenders, you know that every offender is important, time-sensitive and unique, with many special needs, variables and constituents. As studies continue to show the beneficial outcomes of prompt community placement for most juvenile offenders, the need for simple and effective monitoring solutions becomes more imperative. And there’s a delicate balance to maintain: you don’t want juvenile offenders to slip through the cracks, but you do want to keep them positively engaged in the community, building productive daily lives…as well as their dignity.

AnyTrax is a simple, reliable, effective, and economical solution for monitoring juvenile offenders. It helps them communicate consistently and frequently with you through automated phone calls and messages, lightening your workload while holding juvenile offenders accountable as they work and attend school – avoiding the stigma of electronic monitoring bracelets.

Keywords: Electronic Monitoring

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