Chapter 5.22
STANDARDS FOR ELECTRONIC HOME MONITORING

Sections:

5.22.010    Applicabilty.

5.22.020    Eligibility.

5.22.030    Orientation.

5.22.040    Monitoring of participants.

5.22.050    Fees and deposits.

5.22.070    Termination.

5.22.010 Applicabilty.

The provisions of chapter 5.22 SCC apply to participants in the home detention program only.

(Added Amended Ord. 94-041, May 25, 1994).

5.22.020 Eligibility.

Convicted offenders and pretrial detainees must be approved for participation in electronic home monitoring by the court.

(Added Amended Ord. 94-041, May 25, 1994, Ord. 04-090, Oct. 20, 2004, Eff date Nov. 1, 2004).

5.22.030 Orientation.

A written agreement specifying the rules and conditions of the home detention program shall be signed by each individual entering the program and witnessed by staff signature. Individuals who do not abide by the conditions and rules of the home detention program are subject to removal from the program.

(Added Amended Ord. 94-041, May 25, 1994).

5.22.040 Monitoring of participants.

(1) Participants shall be monitored by means of an approved electronic monitoring system.

(2) Participants are allowed to leave their residence only for work, school and other necessary appointments approved by the bureau.

(Added Amended Ord. 94-041, May 25, 1994,Ord. 04-090, Oct. 20, 2004, Eff date Nov. 1, 2004; Amended by Amended Ord. 08-137, Nov. 10, 2008, Eff date Jan. 1, 2009).

5.22.050 Fees and deposits.

Individuals on electronic home monitoring will be charged a daily fee and pay a refundable deposit unless waived by order of the court. Such fee and deposit shall be established by the bureau chief or bureau chief’s designee. Fees may not exceed actual costs of equipment and monitoring expenses.

(Added Amended Ord. 94-041, May 25, 1994, Ord. 04-090, Oct. 20, 2004, Eff date Nov. 1, 2004; Amended by Amended Ord. 08-137, Nov. 10, 2008, Eff date Jan. 1, 2009).

5.22.070 Termination.

Any prisoner who appears at a bureau facility and is determined by bureau staff to be in violation of any part of his or her court ordered conditions of participation in electronic home monitoring or of the rules and conditions of the electronic home monitoring shall be taken into custody. Thereafter, unless a hearing is expressly waived, the prisoner may request an administrative hearing to contest the determination of the bureau. Such hearing shall be conducted in accordance with bureau policies and procedures for hearings of prisoner appeals of disciplinary findings.

(Added Amended Ord. 94-041, May 25, 1994, Ord. 04-090, Oct. 20, 2004, Eff date Nov. 1, 2004; Amended by Amended Ord. 08-137, Nov. 10, 2008, Eff date Jan. 1, 2009).