Innovative Technologies in a Single Device
From our beginning, SecureAlert has been committed to improving offender monitoring through innovation. This commitment has led to industry-leading innovations within ReliAlert™ such as: advanced GPS antenna and receiver; automated, multi-network GSM cellular coverage; on-board 2/3-way voice communication; a central processing unit; 95-decibel siren; battery operating performance of 30-36 hours and integrated Radio Frequency (RF). Combined, these innovations enable supervising officers to more effectively manage, track, and communicate with offenders in the community.
Speak Directly to Offenders – Anytime
ReliAlert™’s unique technology allows for two/three-way voice communication at any time. Monitoring Center operators and supervision officers can call the offender on the device; providing real-time violation intervention. This both reduces the effort spent attempting to communicate with offenders but also enables behavior modification in real time.
Easy to Use
ReliAlert™ was developed as a rugged single-unit device designed to be utilized in a hostile environment. Our approach helps, to minimize equipment damage or loss by offenders and decrease the time spent by agencies on inventory management. Trained supervision officers can install the device is less than five minutes.
Customizable and Cost-Effective
The innovative ReliAlert™ device allows agencies greater flexibility in monitoring offenders by providing multiple monitoring levels without requiring an equipment change. An offender’s monitoring intensity can be adjusted at any time via SecureAlert’s monitoring software. By providing this flexibility, ReliAlert™ becomes a critical, cost-effective tool for agencies to utilize when dealing with budget and staffing constraints.
Optional RF Beacon for Enhanced Tracking
GPS can be complimented by RF tracking when the ReliAlert™ device is paired with SecureAlert’s HomeAware™ Beacon. GPS tracking is provided until the offender enters communication range of the Beacon; at which point, RF tracking begins. This tracking combination increases the ability to maintain critical, accurate offender location information inside buildings and provide agencies with an effective way to “tether” an offender to a specific location.