Release date is less than three years.
No current or prior sex offense related convictions.
No current domestic violence related convictions.
Reside in and work in the Anchorage, Fairbanks, Girdwood, Kenai,
Ketchikan, Mat-Su or Sitka areas.
Land-line phone with basic service and long distance carrier
Must be able to provide a "clean" urine sample (no prescription
narcotics or street drugs).
NO WEAPONS, ALCOHOL, OR CONTROLLED SUBSTANCES IN THE HOME.
The Electronic Monitoring (EM) program allows inmates who meet
certain requirements to serve time at home. Inmates can maintain
employment, access community-based treatment, perform community work
service, address medical issues, and attend religious functions.
There is a weekly cost associated with the program. A fee of either
$12.00 or $14.00 a day will be assessed plus a $10.00 urinalysis
test fee is required.
DO NOT APPLY if these requirements cannot be met.
The current conviction, prior convictions, success on
probation and parole, and involvement in treatment related programs
will be considered.
NO CALLING FEATURES such as call waiting, caller ID, voice mail.
MUST have long-distance carrier. NO long distance charges will be
incurred by Electronic Monitoring equipment.
MUST HAVE ONE CORDED TELEPHONE.
The telephone line must be clear of all electronic equipment - no
fax machines, computers, or answering machines, no dial-up internet
Cable modem and DSL Internet connections must be removed.
Payment and Remand Information:
ALL PAYMENTS ARE TO BE MADE IN CASH, MONEY ORDER, OR CASHIER'S
All installation take place Monday-Friday at 7:45 a.m. Be prepared
to provide a urine sample and have $108.00 for the first week's
Please complete the following form to be considered for EM:
These forms should be submitted to the Electronic Monitoring Office
responsible for the area where residing, Monday to Friday from 8:00
A.M. to 4:30 P.M. The EM Officers will screen the application and
the applicant will be contacted to schedule a home inspection. Once
the home has been inspected and the application is approved, a
"Report" date will be given. This date does not supersede
the "Court-Ordered" date.
EM Officers can be reached