Las Vegas, Nevada (PRWEB) May 04, 2013
GoldPost Technologies, Inc. (GPT), announced they are taking applications from Parole and Probation Departments for the chance to utilize GPT’s patent-pending mobile technology. ProbeSmart™, created exclusively for the live client monitoring of Probationers and Parolees, provides actionable information including alerts, GPS mapping, and risk assessment. It’s the first of its kind technology that gives Probation and Parole Officers critical updates on their clients via a Tablet or Smartphone app, anytime, and anywhere.
Each department utilizing the ProbeSmart™ app will be a partner in demonstrating the value mobile technology provides to manage probationers and parolees, while reducing the risk to the community. “We want to demonstrate to Probation and Parole Departments how mobile technology will provide their Officers with superior monitoring and actionable information based on the latest risk assessment algorithms,” said Glenn Rouse, GPT’s Vice President of Sales.
GPT’s grant, covering a 120-day program for up to ten Officers, is not contingent on purchases, now or in the future. “With financial pressures causing states, counties and municipalities to release a growing number of inmates, now is the time to put the benefits of mobile technology in the hands of the Officers who must monitor and manage them,” continued Rouse.
The grant is also available to Child Protective Agencies and covers setup, training, and system support. With the integration of the Probation or Parole Department’s current digital data feeds, the ProbeSmart™ app can include any number of critical feeds from neighboring departments, allowing important data sharing such as toxicology reports, arrest notifications, and risk assessment.
For more information on GPT’s grant visit http://probationtechnology.com/pilot/.
Gold Post Technologies, Inc. is a Nevada Corporation providing innovative software products for the management of corrections and law enforcement. GPT’s lead products are ProbeSmart™ to monitor and manage probationers and parolees via mobile technology, and MobileCPS™, specifically for Child Protective Services.