Yes, you can fly with a GPS ankle monitor. However, you will need to contact the airline and the monitoring company in advance to make
We’re all familiar with ankle monitors that track locations for house arrest or parole. But what if someone’s legal issue involves alcohol rather than location?
Ankle monitors have grown increasingly common as a method for authorities to track and monitor individuals. Whether worn due to parole, house arrest, or other
Parolees, after serving a portion of their sentence, re-enter society with hopes of a fresh start. One of the common images associated with parole is
You might have seen it in movies or heard about it on the news – an ankle monitor, a discreet device that keeps non-violent offenders
Ankle monitors, widely known for tracking the movement of individuals on parole or house arrest, raise intriguing questions about privacy and surveillance. One question that’s
Ankle monitors, once mere tracking devices, have rapidly evolved into sophisticated pieces of technology, each flash and beep telling its own story. Have you ever