Seminole County Florida Fights Domestic Violence with EMPACT

Bacigalupi, Jeff
February 2012
Journal of Offender Monitoring;2012, Vol. 24 Issue 1, p15
The article discusses the "Electronic Monitoring Protection and Crime Tracking" (EMPACT) program initiated by Seminole County Sheriff and the U.S. Seminole County Probation Division in Florida to provide protection and security to the already vulnerable victims of domestic abuse. Everyday working of EMPACT after the arrest of the offender is mentioned. It is suggested that the EMPACT program with new public safety initiatives will encourage positive behavioral changes in the offender.


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