Frequently Asked Questions
Can individuals order the monitoring?
Yes – in some cases parents order this device to monitor their teens.
In addition, on occasions individuals ask to be monitored to protect themselves against false allegations in restraining order issues.
Do you share my monitoring?
Monitoring is confidential and is not shared with anyone. However, in criminal investigations, we are bound by law to offer location to law enforcement.
Do you create activity reports for offenders?
Yes, we can prepare Monitoring Reports available for each court date. Just let us know the date, and whom to send the report to.
How does GPS tracking work?
The GPS Receiver receives signals transmitted from orbiting GPS Satellites. Once these satellite transmissions are received by the GPS Receiver, crucial information such as location, direction, and speed are then calculated. A GPS Receiver generally requires transmissions from at least three GPS Satellites before effectively determining the correct position. (The term for the technique to calculate distance is triangulation.) GPS Receivers then measure the time delays between transmissions and reception of radio signals from each GPS Satellite.