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600 N Main St #200, Wichita KS 67203

Wichita’s #1 House Arrest & GPS Monitoring Service

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We are a Wichita GPS tracking and monitoring provider for those under court-ordered house arrest or GPS monitoring. We use top-tier house arrest tracking systems with GPS and an ankle bracelet. As an experienced bail bonds company, we’re proud to serve Wichita, Sedgwick County, and south-central Kansas.

Our Tracking Team

We believe that everyone deserves a second chance. You can trust our well-known, skilled house arrest and monitoring team to handle your situation with empathy and understanding. Whether this is a first offense or a repeats offender situation, we understand the need to take a respectful approach. We’re trained in the most effective ways to receive alarms. When violations happen, we intervene and communicate efficiently.

Who We Work With

Our bondsmen work with defendants and the Sedgwick County and Wichita courts, parole offices, and probation offices.

We handle cases involving:

  • Bail Bonds
  • Probation
  • Parole
  • Child Protection
  • Spousal Abuse
  • Protection Orders

Ankle Bracelet Monitoring

Wichita Bail Bonds provides ankle bracelet monitoring for people ordered to house arrest in Wichita, Kansas. We work with you or your friend or family member to help you get through this situation in a positive way.

Our Ankle Bracelets

Let’s face it: Nobody wants a bulky chunk of technology strapped to their ankle. Our ankle tracking devices are among the world’s smallest, most precise, and lightest options available.

How Does Ankle Bracelet Monitoring Work?

An ankle bracelet monitoring system uses a GPS home tracking device to detect the location of a person who has been placed under court-ordered house arrest. The ankle bracelet sends a signal to a monitoring device to ensure that you’re where you’re supposed to be, whether it’s home, work, or school. Authorities are sent to your location within minutes if a violation alert is received.

What Do Ankle Monitors Detect?

In addition to your location, ankle bracelets can detect the level of alcohol in your system through your skin. It can also detect if the device is tampered with or if you try to prevent the sensor from touching your skin.

What is the Ankle Bracelet’s Range?

With today’s GPS technology, your probation officer or supervisor will know your location within about a 5-foot radius.

Can I Shower with a GPS Ankle Bracelet On?

A house arrest ankle bracelet is water resistant, so you can wear it while showering, but swimming, taking a bath, or otherwise dunking the device underwater is not advised. If water gets into the ankle monitor, it could cause a violation alert.

Court-Ordered GPS Tracking

We’re an experienced Wichita GPS monitoring service provider for individuals under court-ordered GPS monitoring or house arrest. We use an app called InTouch that uses always-evolving technology to provide precise location information, history, curfew monitoring, voice biometric tracking, real-time voice GPS monitoring, and alcohol detection. The InTouch app can also overcome issues with locating the device in weak signal areas.

House Arrest

Accurate court-ordered house arrest monitoring in Wichita, Kansas. We work with defendants to provide safe, secure, and well-monitored surveillance systems that meet the court’s demands.

We’ve found that house arrest often provides an opportunity to redirect a person’s life. Especially for repeat offenders, focusing on school, work, and home can help forge a path toward a safer, more positive lifestyle.

Can You Leave Your House When You’re Under House Arrest?

In most cases, people under house arrest can only leave their houses for work and/or school. Your specific requirements will be listed in the court order.

Do I Have to Give Up My Cell Phone During House Arrest?

Unfortunately, yes. The only phones that are allowed while you’re under house arrest are landlines.

Can you Have Visitors When You’re on House Arrest?

Visitors may be allowed with prior approval from your probation officer on a case-by-case basis. There’s no guarantee that a request will be approved, and it usually depends on the reason for the visit.

What Happens if You Have a House Arrest Violation?

The first offense will usually bring a probation violation warning. However, this makes you a higher-risk case, so the penalties usually increase if there are more violations.

Have You or Someone You Know Been Ordered to House Arrest?

Call Wichita Bail Bonds today at 316-761-9696 to talk to an expert and find out your options.

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