Try calling your police or sheriffs department. I live in Tx and here they have a program for that. They put a bracelet or ankle tracker on the patient he just has to leave it on if he takes it off several times he will get disqualified.
Hi checked with Angelsense and they do not do Australia - only America, UK and Canada which is a shame.
If you have Amazon.com look up AngelSense. It is by far the best GPS I have found. The unit attaches to their clothing and can only be removed with a special magnet. You get notifications if the wearer go out of a specified range. It can also notify others on your list and the police department. It shows every time they change location and exactly where they are on a real-time map.
I hope this helps.
Glynis ( @A myALZteam Member) G’day from Melbourne … at 11:17pm last night I’d had enough about the election so I didn’t finish this note. …
Some time ago I used a watch with monitored GPS amongst other elements. This was a total flop as the battery was dead in 6-8 hours.
I’m now using an Apple Watch ⌚️ which we have on charge every night.
Since testing, for a start in the morning, the watch is averaging being live (sic) for …. …. …. [#@###@^&%&& can’t find my notes pad!] … watch this space.
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