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Category 1: Radio Frequency Monitoring (“RFM”): Electronic monitoring service is used for home detention. Product User wears a proposer-provided body-attached ankle bracelet transmitter that communicates by radio frequency with a home receiver. The home receiver transmits data to the vendor’s monitoring center by landline telephone of by cellular communication. Monitoring center reports curfew violations and equipment status alerts to the designated agency officer or program manager by email, text message, or manual voice message pursuant to established protocols.
Category 2: Alcohol Monitoring (“AM”): Electronic monitoring is performed through a proposer-provided home breath analysis unit connected by landline or cellular network to the proposer’s monitoring center. Product User’s identity is confirmed through a voice or imaging recognition system and test results are transmitted to the proposer’s monitoring center by landline of cellular communication. Test results and equipment status alerts are sent to the designated agency officer or program manager by email, text message, or manual voice message pursuant to established protocols.
Category 3: GPS Satellite Monitoring (“GPSM”): An electronic monitoring program is provided through a body-attached one-piece device or a multi-device system that provides location tracking and cellular data and voice communication to the proposer’s monitoring center. On a scheduled (active, hybrid or passive) basis, tracking data is communicated to the proposer’s monitoring center who then communicates violations and equipment status alerts via email, text message, or manual voice message to the Product User and/or the Participating Entity’s designated officer or program manager pursuant to established protocols.
Optional: Category 4. Value-Added Technology and Services:
Alternative yet innovative use cases may be awarded under Category 4. depending on the proposer response(s) and proposed information technology solution(s) and service(s). Some areas of interest include smartphone technology, victim notification services, and/or cross-jurisdiction tracking. Alternative solutions are defined as those Products and Services not included in the Categories of Need. This optional response category will be awarded at the Lead State’s discretion.
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