Keystone Home Monitoring Offender Management Programs:
Day Reporting – required probationers, parolees, and court referrals to follow strict individual program plans while maintaining contact with their caseworker.
Electronic Monitoring – Offenders sentenced to their home are electronically monitored 24- hours a day to track when they leave. Equipment also allows for random location checks. Alcohol monitoring can be combined with this sentence.
Global Positioning Satellite – The offender wears a GPS tracking device that tracks offenders whereabouts 24/7/365 anywhere they reside in the United States.
Pretrial Supervision – Provides supervision for offenders released from jail with a criminal case pending. The program addresses jail overcrowding and helps to ensure that defendants make their court appearances.
Alcohol Monitoring – Monitors the offenders for use of alcohol. Random tests are administered daily.
Employment Placement Program / Job Search – Job seeking and interviewing skills are taught as part of this program which assists offenders in finding and maintaining employment.
Evidence-based Workshops – Program that addresses certain criminal behaviors, attitudes, and thought processes that are associated with re-offending. By utilizing these proven programming practices, Keystone is able to reduce the probability of future criminal behavior.
Drug Testing – Oral drug test and alcohol testing is done for Keystone’s own clients and for outside agencies.