Probably just can’t leave their county. Source: I was a shjtty 16 year old
@FunnyBecauseFWord, yeah, most times house arrest doesn’t actually mean you have to stay in your house
@The nOly One, Oh! I was at the bar last weekend and saw a guy there with one of these on and was wondering how he got out. Now I know.
@FunnyBecauseFWord, there are ones that super lock you down to within your house, but only for adults. Source: my friend had one when he got his second dwi at age 20 something
@FunnyBecauseFWord, Or maybe can’t go near any parks or schools
I too, collect legs.
I work for a probation department. A GPS ankle monitor tracks the subject’s location and movement. The subject is normally allowed to go to work, school, doctors, etc. as long as they are approved by the PO or court.
If the subject violates the terms (goes out of boundaries, cuts the monitor, fails to charge the battery, etc.) the GPS tech that monitors the system generates a report to the PO and the PO then decides on filing a probation violation, warrant, sanctions, or nothing.
@JDPhi, but this photo is clear evidence of a probation violation for all, since a standard term is “Do not associate with other probationers or parolees.”
Due to the different designs of the monitors, they are likely under the supervision of different agencies that may not communicate and be aware of this meeting
@JDPhi, And law enforcement doesn’t respond instantly to violations. Distubia was bullshít. The police will probably never be told or care about a violation (unless they find out about a warrant) and the PO will wait until the next office visit to ask “why were you there at that time?”
Just because you have an ankle monitor doesn't mean you are under house arrest or can't go outside. It's just a way for them to track where you are.
I want to be under house arrest, I'd catch up on so many games
I guess no one has seen disturbia
I too wish to one day own a ship of friends