Parole Board Begins Pilot Program to Remotely Monitor Sex Offender's Computer Use
Pennsylvania Board of Probation and Parole Chairman Michael C. Potteiger has announced a pilot program with Securus software to monitor computer usage of sex offenders who are under parole supervision.
Potteiger says that the software will allow parole agents to know when a sex offender may be engaging in inappropriate behavior,” Monitoring words and phrases, both online and offline, on an offender’s home computer, captures a screen image, creates a log of all websites visited and saves this information on a central server.
The pilot program will include 20 to 30 sex offenders over a period of six months in the board’s Pittsburgh District Office.
Monday April 21st
James B. Huntington, PH.D
Choosing a Lasting Career
The Job-by-Job Outlook for Work's New Age
Work's New Age Blog
Tuesday April 22nd
Wednesday April 23rd
GPX Karaoke Party Machine
with CD and G&CD player, professional microphone
and other features, $79.99 new, newver used,
new-in-box - $50
Gibson Imperial Dinnerware Set
16-piece, porcelain, never used,
Monday April 14th
Dr. Gabe Mirkin
Dr. Gabe Mirkin on Fitness & Health Facebook page
Dr. Mirkin on Twitter
Tuesday April 15th
Wednesday April 16th
Thursday April 17th
Adam Conrad - Real...