Specifications include, but are not limited to:
1. Active GPS Tracking
2. Alcohol Monitoring
The Electronic Monitoring Systems are to be an active system with the capability of tracking the movements of offenders in the community during court-specified hours, as well as of detecting violations or intrusions of court-ordered stay-away locations. The anticipated number of offenders to be monitored/tracked may range from sixty (60) to one hundred forty (140) clients and our daily average is eighty (80) on a continuous basis. The KCDC shall have thirty five (35) additional units as back-up with no charge unless in use. However, the KCDC is under no obligation to maintain a minimum or maximum number of offenders on the system. The successful offeror must provide the County with all equipment necessary and have corresponding services with a 24/7/365 Help Desk in support of all said EM systems.