SecureAlert offers Dutchess County a deal on GPS devices for domestic violence situations
Posted Jun 14 2011 12:00am
Below is a letter from Jason Scott,from SecureAlert. Jason is reaching out to Dutchess County with a deal and no one has responded in the county in regards to his offer as of yet.
I've only been with SecureAlert now for about 2 months now. I'm not sure where things were left with getting our equipment into Dutchess County, as well as neighboring counties.
One thing I know after meeting with Westchester County is that nobody has any money to add GPS monitoring services in he immediate and surrounding areas of NYC. I would like to get in front of Dutchess, Westchester, Rockland, etc, to pitch an offender pay program. If funds are what's holding these counties back from using GPS monitoring then we will offer our services at no cost to any of these counties. SecureAlert can put a body on the ground to perform installs, shutdowns, as well as monitor all offenders by directly billing the offender. We would even take responsibility for collections. The only responsibility to the county would be if and when an offender violates and an arrest needs to be made. It's a win-win no matter how you spin it.
I've already emailed the Director of Dutchess County Probation, Mary Ellen Still, on 6/3/11. I haven't heard anything back as of yet. If you know of anybody else that I can contact to set up a meeting, please let me know.
Jay Scott Northeast Region Account Executive SecureAlert, Inc. P: (856) 873-2139 E: firstname.lastname@example.org W: www.SECUREALERT.com