Each inmate will be reviewed on a case by case basis, and may, by using the following criteria, be considered ineligible for the Electronic Monitoring Program:
Crime causing death or great bodily harm, domestic crimes within the past 2 years, convictions involving the possession or sale of drugs, inmates determined to be a threat to public safety based on a pattern of offenses or documented behaviors involving violence or threats of violence. Ineligibility by court order, on-support, contempt of court, prior removal from the Electronic Monitoring Program
All input from the above resources will be taken into consideration while determining participation in the Program, with the final.
Rules and violations:
All inmates participating in the Electronic Monitoring Program will be subject to all of the work release and childcare rules. An Electronic Monitoring Officer will provide the inmate with the program rules. The inmate will sign the rules and agreement form. All violations and hearings will be handled by the Electronic Monitoring Sergeant.
Inmates in violation of the agreement may be dealt with in the following manner:
A Monitoring Officer will investigate the violation. A system of progressive discipline will be used by the Electronic Monitoring Sergeant in response to violations of the agreement
Potential responses to violations may include:
Verbal warning, removal from Electronic Monitoring Program, loss of huber privileges, loss of good time, criminal charges.
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