Electronic Home Monitoring

Home Detention Program Rules

"Electronic monitoring" means tracking the location of an individual, whether pretrial or posttrial, through the use of technology that is capable of determining or identifying the monitored individual's presence or absence at a particular location including, but not limited to:
(a) Radio frequency signaling technology, which detects if the monitored individual is or is not at an approved location and notifies the monitoring agency of the time that the monitored individual either leaves the approved location or tampers with or removes the monitoring device; or
(b) Active or passive global positioning system technology, which detects the location of the monitored individual and notifies the monitoring agency of the monitored individual's location.


Participation costs for the program shall be set at $20 per day for the ankle bracelet. You will be charged a one time setup fee of $50. We accept out of county cases as long as we have a copy of the court order allowing our agency to monitor the Electronic Home Monitoring.

The client agrees to pay by cash, cashier check or U.S. Postal Service money order. We do not accept debit or credit cards. One half of the total costs must be paid on or before the first day of Electronic Home Detention unless other arrangements are made. Thereafter, payments are to be made according to the agreed payment schedule. Failure to conform to the agreed payment schedule will be a considered a violation, in which your case will be returned to court.

EHM Documents

  1. Courtney Cooke

    Case Manager