Electronic Monitoring San Bernardino County

House Arrest-Alcohol-Gps Location

Electronic Monitoring San Bernardino CountyJudicial-Link Electronic Monitoring San Bernardino County provides House Arrest (Home Detention), Alcohol Monitoring & GPS Location Monitoring as an alternative to incarceration.
“Pending Court Approval”.

Judicial-Link Electronic Monitoring San Bernardino County House Arrest (Home Detention), Alcohol and GPS Location Monitoring; serve the regional composition of the greater San Bernardino County; (Fontana, San Bernardino, & Victorville-Hesperia)

 Once enrolled in Judicial-Link Electronic Monitoring House Arrest (Home Detention) Program the enrollee pending court approval may live at home and tend to family obligations. Pending court approval they may also attend work, counseling, drug or alcohol programs, school, and medical appointments.
Electronic Monitoring San Bernardino County  House Arrest (Home Detention)  program is enforced through a BLUtag GPS ankle monitor (ankle bracelet), BLUhome RF device, or SoberTrack Alcohol Monitor. The device sends a real-time signal to the Veritracks web portal providing real-time communication of any violations or irregularities. 

Alternative Sentencing

In the California criminal court system, “alternative sentencing” describes the criminal sentences that are handed down as alternatives to time behind bars. Instead of going to jail, a convicted offender might be sentenced, for example, to home detention-house arrest with electronic monitoring and ankle bracelet.
Alternative sentences are intended to provide both punishment and rehabilitation. Judges in California try to impose appropriate alternative sentences that fit an offender’s crime

Electronic Monitoring Nevada County CA Home Detention California House Arrest  

 Alternative Sentence – House Arrest sometimes referred to as Home Detention provides greater sentencing flexibility so that offenders convicted of certain crimes may continue their employment or educations, live in their communities, and take part in court-ordered programs (such as DUI classes or drug treatment) in a community environment. 
Alternative sentences are intended to provide both punishment and rehabilitation. Judges in California try to impose appropriate alternative sentences that fit an offender’s crime. , “alternative sentencing” describes the criminal sentences that are handed down as alternatives to time behind bars.

Program Solution: Judicial-Link Home Detention Program with BLUtag GPS Ankle Monitor or BLUhome RF device. Read More

Link: Alternative to Incarceration
Public Policy Institute of California.

Electronic Monitoring Nevada County California Alcohol Monitoring

Alcohol Monitoring

Every day, almost 30 people in the United States die in drunk-driving crashes — that’s one person every 50 minutes. Alcohol is a substance that reduces the function of the brain, impairing thinking, reasoning, and muscle coordination. All these abilities are essential to operating a vehicle safely. The alcohol level is measured by the weight of the alcohol in a certain volume of blood. This is called Blood Alcohol Concentration, or BAC. At a BAC of .08 grams of alcohol per deciliter (g/dL) of blood, crash risk increases exponentially. Program Solution: Judicial-Link Alcohol Monitoring Program with SoberTrack Alcohol Monitor Remote Breathalyze. Read More

Link: Drunk Driving NHTSA  

Electronic Monitoring Nevada County CaliforniaElectronic Monitoring an Alternative to Jail.

“As an Alternative to Incarceration” Electronic Monitoring  can provide benefits to the community and the family of the person incarcerated in  jail. Program Solution: Judicial-Link Electronic Monitoring Program. Read More

  • Reduced cost of incarceration
  • The ability to tailor consequences to the individual
  • An opportunity for the individual to contribute to society
  • A mechanism to hold violators immediately accountable
  • Can be effective in lieu of bail or help to lower bail amount.  
Link: Resource: US Department of Justice
Electronic Monitoring Reduces Recidivism

Electronic Monitoring Nevada County California GPS Positioning

Global Positioning System

The Global Positioning System (GPS) is a satellite-based radio navigation system owned by the United States government and operated by the United States Air Force. It is a global navigation satellite system (GNSS) that provides geolocation and time information to a GPS receiver anywhere on or near the Earth where there is an unobstructed line of sight to four or more GPS satellites.  Read More

Link: Electron Monitoring & GPS
Global Positioning System   

Electronic Monitoring Nevada County CA Judicial-Link Agent

Judicial-Link Agent: Upon request, we can dispatch a Judicial-Link Agent to your location to expedite activation enrollment and release (conditions apply). Getting Started

About San Bernardino County

Paleo-Indian sites dating from c. 10,000 BC show that the San Bernardino county area has been inhabited for at least 12,000 years. Artifacts in the Calico area suggest much earlier human occupation, but this has not been confirmed. In the past three thousand years various Indian tribes flourished in the area: the Gabrielenos occupied the West Valley; the Serranos lived in the foothills of the San Bernardino Mountains; the Vanyumes lived along the Mojave River; the Mohave lived along the Colorado River; and in the 1500s the Chemehuevi moved into the Mojave Desert.

The first explorers to enter the area were Pedro Fages, Military Commander of California, in 1772 and Fr. Francisco Garces, a missionary priest, in 1774. On May 20, 1810, Franciscan missionary Francisco Dumatz, of the San Gabriel Mission, led his company into a valley. In observance of the feast day of St. Bernardine of Siena, Dumatz named the valley San Bernardino. This name was later given to the nearby mountain range, and later the city and county.

In 1842 the Lugo family was granted the Rancho San Bernardino, a holding of 37,700 acres encompassing the entire San Bernardino Valley. Captain Jefferson Hunt, of the Mormon Battalion, led a group of settlers into San Bernardino. In 1851 the Mormon Colony purchased the Rancho from the Lugos.

In 1860 gold was discovered in Holcomb and Bear Valleys in the San Bernardino Mountains, and placer mining began in Lytle Creek. Silver was being mined at Ivanpah in 1870, and the rich silver mines of the Calico district were developed in the 1880s. Borax was first discovered in 1862 in the Searles Dry Lake area near Trona, and transported out by twelve-, eighteen- or twenty-mule team wagons.

In 1857 three orange trees were set out on a farm in Old San Bernardino; by 1882 a rail car load of oranges and lemons grown in the East Valley was being shipped to Denver. As early as the 1840s vineyards were planted in the Cucamonga area and in the 1870 census San Bernardino County was credited with producing 48,720 gallons of wine.

In 1850 California was admitted into the United States. On April 26, 1853, San Bernardino County was created from parts of Los Angeles, San Diego and Mariposa Counties. In 1854 the city of San Bernardino was incorporated as the county seat. In 1893 Riverside County was created out of parts of San Bernardino and San Diego Counties.

Many noted people have been associated with San Bernardino County history. Jedediah Smith was an early explorer (1826); Kit Carson traversed the Cajon Pass with a group of trappers in 1830; as a teenager Wyatt Earp and his family traveled to San Bernardino by wagon train, arriving in 1864; President Lyndon Johnson worked as an elevator operator in the Platt Building in San Bernardino in 1925; and President Bill Clinton visited the recently closed Norton Air Force Base in May 1994.