Probationers Monitored and Public Safety Improved with GIS (ArcNews Online)

The role of law enforcement in any community is multifaceted. It includes crime prevention, criminal investigations, traffic safety, response to a variety of calls for services, and community collaboration. Probation and parole agencies also play a large part in the law enforcement mission of providing safe communities. Every day, hundreds of thousands of convicted criminals are released back into society to serve a parole or probationary term after early release from their sentence based on an agreement to meet certain legal obligations and restrictions. Thousands of probation departments are tasked with supervising these individuals and ensuring their compliance with the conditions of their release. These agencies do so while struggling to balance finite resources and ever-increasing demands for improved performance.


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