King County renews multi-year contract with BI for offender monitoring systems
|By BI Incorporated|
SEATTLE—Nov. 16, 2009—The King County Division of Adult and Juvenile Detention selected BI Incorporated to provide offender monitoring technology to closely monitor adult and juvenile probationers released to community supervision. BI is the nation’s leading provider of offender supervision, treatment and training services, and has provided offender monitoring technology and support for King County since 1994; this new contract will extend through 2012.
Under terms of this award, BI will provide King County with the following technology and services:
About BI Incorporated (www.bi.com)
Established in 1978, BI Incorporated is the leading technology, treatment and supervision company in community corrections today. BI contracts with approximately 900 governmental agencies nationwide, supporting them with a full continuum of intensive supervision technologies and community-based cognitive behavioral reentry programs for adult and juvenile offenders. BI’s ISO 9001:2008 certified national monitoring center, owned and operated by BI, provides 24/7 expert support supervision services exclusively for governmental agencies. BI works closely with local public corrections officials to cost effectively reduce recidivism, promote public safety, and strengthen the communities it serves using evidence-based practices in a community setting.
Contacts: Monica Hook, Communications Director, 303-218-1230