The system under consideration would allow law enforcement agents to remotely search a statewide database that includes all offenders placed on GPS monitoring, to access information regarding the offenders’ current and prior locations without a subpoena or warrant, and to access information pertaining to the offenders’ proximity to locations where a crime has been reported. ODRC contracted with the University of Cincinnati Corrections Institute (UCCI) and the University of Cincinnati Institute for Crime Science (ICS) to conduct this study.
Pretrial - Release
Final Report, The Feasibility of Implementing Global Position System Monitoring with Crime Scene Correlation in the State of Ohio
This report provides information regarding the implementation of these various aspects of Criminal Justice Reform (CJR). It also quantifies, from several different perspectives, the statistical results of CJR after one year of operation.
This report explores three Maryland jurisdictions—St. Mary’s County, Montgomery County, and Baltimore City—that are leading the way in improving pretrial justice in the state.
"Most of the nation’s bail laws mandate – and NAPSA and the American Bar Association recommend through their respective standards – defendants be released pretrial under the least restrictive conditions required to ensure the defendant attends all future court dates and does not commit any new la
The report identifies the pretrial status and risk level of the county jail population and variations across counties of different population sizes.
This document provides an overview of legislative enactments regarding pretrial release policy.
This report discusses how the fourth wave of reform will influence the juvenile justice system.