Summary: Electronic Monitoring requires the participant to remain at home except for approved leave, provide a weekly schedule and comply with payment policy, attend school or work with documentation, comply with equipment care and use policies, return calls and attend appointments, and not tamper with the equipment.
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- Electronic Monitoring requires the participant to remain at home exception for authorized leave which must be approved by the Court of Jurisdiction or supervising probation officer. This does not apply to Alcohol monitoring only clients. 🏠
- The participant must provide a weekly schedule (https://www.ehhmwa.com/schedule) with 24-hour notice for changes, report work changes or emergencies immediately, and comply with payment policy. 🗓️
- The participant may attend school or work (not exceeding 10 hours a day) with written documentation and verification by the agency. 🎓
- Authorized leave for appointments, shopping, etc., must be approved by the Court and documented by the agency. You will receive 2 hours per week; this time will be before or after your scheduled school or work day and will be on your schedule. 🛍️
- The participant must comply with equipment care and use policies and be responsible for equipment maintenance and security. 💻
- The participant must submit to breathalyzer or drug tests as ordered by the court or as required by the agency.
- The participant must return calls, attend office appointments, and notify the agency of employment changes. 📞
- The participant must not tamper with equipment, must allow inspections, and return equipment upon completion of service. 🔒
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