- Israel passed the Electronic Monitoring Bracelet Law in June 2023, allowing courts to monitor abusers through electronic monitoring (EM), a practice already employed in a growing number of other countries
- SuperCom’s PureSecurity Electronic Monitoring Suite has been used in other countries to monitor domestic violence offenders, including use as part of Romania’s first electronic monitoring program
- The company is seen at the forefront when it comes to advances in EM technology for domestic violence applications
In late June 2023, the Israeli government passed the Electronic Monitoring Bracelet Law, which National Security Minister Itamar Ben-Gvir proposed. The purpose of the law is to allow the court to impose monitoring of abusers through an electronic monitoring solution, which keeps the person under surveillance and monitored in real time. Israel is not the first country to use electronic monitoring devices for domestic violence offenders. Countries including Romania, Sweden, and the United States, have all used this technology to help prevent additional domestic violence cases.
SuperCom (NASDAQ: SPCB), a leading global provider of traditional and digital identity solutions, providing advanced safety, identification, and security products and solutions to governments and private and public organizations, is at the forefront of domestic violence electronic monitoring technology advances. Located in Tel Aviv, Israel, SuperCom is positioned to provide the proposed monitoring solutions to the local government in Israel, as it has to other governments worldwide.
Other countries have deployed SuperCom’s PureSecurity Electronic Monitoring Suite for domestic violence monitoring. The PureSecurity Suite is an electronic monitoring and tracking platform that features a comprehensive set of innovative features, including:
- Advanced anti-tampering mechanisms
- Multi-factor biometrics
- Newest location technology and sensors
- Practically limitless historic data
- Seamless 3rd party API integration
- Ultra-lightweight ankle bracelet with proprietary energy efficiency algorithms
SuperCom’s PureSecurity Suite has been deployed in several countries – including use as the first electronic monitoring project in Romania, announced in August 2022. “We are excited with the execution of this contract; it further validates our strategy to scale up operations to accelerate growth and improve public safety in more nations worldwide,” said SuperCom’s President and CEO, Ordan Trabelsi, during the project’s first phase (https://ibn.fm/Qd9nw). “We look forward to supporting Romania’s public safety efforts and bringing them the many benefits of SuperCom’s proprietary EM technology. It is an honor to take part in this national initiative by building the necessary infrastructure and deploying Romania’s first EM program.”
Since the successful implementation of the first phase, the Romanian government has issued a second order for SuperCom’s services, valued at approximately $7.1 million. Trabelsi said that with this additional order, SuperCom continues to solidify its position as a leader in the electronic monitoring market and as a trusted partner to governments worldwide (https://ibn.fm/5AGwx). “With a pipeline of over $200 million of potential projects, a strong base of recurring revenues, and high win rates in competitive tenders, we continue to execute our global growth strategy.”
Since 1988, SuperCom has been a global provider of traditional and digital identity solutions. The company’s proprietary PureSecurity Suite of hardware, connectivity, and software components is the foundation for its criminal justice services, including domestic violence monitoring. Each of SuperCom’s electronic monitoring services is custom-tailored to meet the needs of the client requesting them – ensuring that individual needs are addressed by the unit commissioned.
With the passing of Israel’s new electronic monitoring law, defendants in domestic violence cases are subject to electronic monitoring if the court finds them dangerous or if they have been convicted of domestic violence in the past. SuperCom offers proprietary EM solutions that support a wide array of programs such as GPS Monitoring, house arrest, domestic violence, and more. SuperCom’s offering includes a diverse portfolio of monitoring solutions, including the PureOne, PureTrack, PureProtect, PureCom, Purebeacon, and PureTag products.
For more information, visit the company’s website at www.SuperCom.com.
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