Electronic Home Detention
Electronic Home Detention allows people to stay at home instead of going to jail. This can be while they are waiting for trial or after they have been sentenced for a crime.
Participants are monitored electronically and must stay in their homes. There are some exceptions for set schedules, which may include going to work, school, or treatment.
Participants must wear an electronic bracelet for monitoring. If ordered by the court, additional monitoring may be required. This can include:
- Cellular device monitoring
- GPS monitoring
- Alcohol monitoring
For more information about Electronic Home Detention, call 206-296-1240.