Offenders Might Get to Use Breath Devices

State legislators are considering a new form of technology for criminal offenders in South Dakota who must have alcohol tests twice daily. State Attorney General Marty Jackley has asked lawmakers to allow portable breath testers. The legislation, SB 29, is one step away from final passage. The House of Representatives is scheduled to consider [...]

Reforms Meant to Ease Prison Overcrowding

Don’t sweat it, at least not yet, a blue-ribbon panel of state officials was told Thursday. Reforms enacted in 2015 to reduce overcrowding in Nebraska prisons haven’t worked as quickly as projected, but that’s not unusual, said officials with the Justice Center of the Council of State Governments, which helped craft the changes. Another state, [...]

BI Introduces Analytics Software to Assist Probation, Parole and Pretrial Officers to Tap Available Data

For Immediate Release: Sept. 14, 2016 Media Contact: Monica Hook, VP Strategic Marketing 561-999-7520 or   BOULDER, Colo.—Sept. 14, 2016—BI Incorporated, a national provider of electronic monitoring products and services, announces the availability of the BI AnalyticsSM Suite, software that uses advanced statistical [...]

BI Incorporated Names Marsha Williams Vice President of Information Technology

BOULDER, Colo. — Oct. 19, 2016 — BI Incorporated, a national leader for electronic monitoring products and services for community corrections and immigration agencies, has named Marsha Williams the company’s Vice President of Information Technology. The former E-470 Public Highway Authority executive assumes this role on Oct. 19. Ms. Williams [...]

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