ACS Omnilink: The Most Advanced Electronic Monitoring

ACS Omnilink: The Most Advanced Electronic Monitoring


Publication/Creation Date
2012
Creators/Contributors
American Corrections Specialists (ACS) (contributor)
Omnilink Systems Inc (creator)
Media Type
Corporate Paper
Persuasive Intent
Advertisement
Discursive Type
Inventions
Description
Overcrowded jails, soaring incarceration costs, and rising recidivism rates are just a few of the challenges impacting law enforcement agencies nationwide. To combat these challenges, agencies are leveraging electronic monitoring tools to create a wide range of structured offender monitoring solutions for different types of alternative sanctions programs. Electronic monitoring, in the form of GPS tethers and GPS ankle bracelets, has proven to be an invaluable asset in the development and success of these types of programs.

However, as law enforcement agencies are seeking to leverage electronic monitoring tools to create new systems for tracking offenders and defendants, the primary obstacle is the inability of solutions to track individuals continuously both indoors and outdoors using a single device. This poses a tremendous challenge for agencies that need constant visibility into an offender or defendant's whereabouts in order to truly enforce the conditions of participation in an alternative sanction program.

Only Omnilink provides an electronic monitoring solution leveraging dual GPS and assisted GPS tracking to provide unparalleled visibility into an individual's location and activities, regardless if the offender is indoors or outdoors. The result is a dramatically improved success rate for a wide range of electronic monitoring programs.
HCI Platform
Wearables
Relation to Body
On
Related Body Part
Ankle
Source
http://americancorrections.com/omnilink.aspx

Date archived
June 15 2017
Last edited
July 5 2021
How to cite this entry
Omnilink Systems Inc. (2012). "ACS Omnilink: The Most Advanced Electronic Monitoring". Fabric of Digital Life. https://fabricofdigitallife.com/Detail/objects/2234