Offender Management Services supervision officer Bill Normoyle displays an ankle GPS tracker at the 14th Circuit Solicitor's Office in Bluffton on Wednesday afternoon. The device is an alternative to jail for some low-risk, nonviolent adult and juvenile offenders.
Offender Management Services supervision officer Bill Normoyle displays an ankle GPS tracker at the 14th Circuit Solicitor's Office in Bluffton on Wednesday afternoon. The device is an alternative to jail for some low-risk, nonviolent adult and juvenile offenders. Delayna Earley, staff photo
Offender Management Services supervision officer Bill Normoyle displays an ankle GPS tracker at the 14th Circuit Solicitor's Office in Bluffton on Wednesday afternoon. The device is an alternative to jail for some low-risk, nonviolent adult and juvenile offenders. Delayna Earley, staff photo

Growing electronic-monitoring program keeps tabs on criminals' whereabouts

September 01, 2012 06:56 PM

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