This site is an expansion of the Electronic Monitoring Resource Center and is dedicated to providing public sector agencies with information regarding the wide variety of technologies used in correctional settings, both institutional and community-based. This site is managed by JTIC, a program of the National Institute of Justice.
This site is strictly for law enforcement and corrections professionals. The intent is to provide a secure environment for sharing information and exchanging ideas.
The site also provides a Forum that can be used by members to communicate directly with each other and to discuss areas of common concern.
The Corrections Technology Center of Excellence has developed a new resource: A Practical Guide to Offender Tracking Evidence Protocols. This guide is a compilation of best practices and helpful advice from criminal justice professionals experienced with offender tracking evidence and protocols. It seeks to promote more effective practices related to offender tracking evidence collection, preservation and presentation.
Information in this publication is considered law enforcement sensitive. Criminal justice personnel can request a copy by going online to: https://www.justnet.org/app/asknlectc/
The site contains a large and growing number of documents in the following categories:
- Legal Issues
- News Articles
- Procurement Help
- Program Administration
- Reports and Research
If you are already a registered user of this site, welcome back and use the following link:
If you are currently a law enforcement or corrections employee and would like to have access to this site, please take the time to fill out a brief registration form by using the following link:
Be sure to provide your official agency email address, choose "CTRC Registration Request" in the subject drop-down menu and include in the message body your title, agency name and phone number.
The information will be used only to confirm your position.
Type CTRC Request in the subject line (“Choose ‘CTRC Registration Request’ from the Subject Drop Down Menu”), then provide:
1. Agency name
2. Agency address
3. Agency telephone number
4. Requestor’s agency direct (desk) telephone number
5. Requestor’s agency email address
For more information please feel free to contact us.
Notice of Federal Funding and Federal Disclaimer:
This Website is funded through a grant from the National Institute of Justice, Office of Justice Programs, U.S. Department of Justice. Neither the U.S. Department of Justice nor any of its components operate, control, are responsible for, or necessarily endorse, this Website (including, without limitation, its content, technical infrastructure, and policies, and any services or tools provided).