SuperCom Ltd. (NASDAQ: SPCB) PureSecurity Electronic Monitoring Suite:  A Cost-Effective Solution for Domestic Violence Offender Monitoring

  • Agencies and nonprofits serving domestic violence victims are seeing an increase in victim numbers
  • With typical pressures on funding, governments require a cost-effective solution that can help keep victims safe while maintaining supervision of domestic violence offenders under court-ordered supervision
  • SuperCom’s PureSecurity electronic monitoring suite offers governments a cost-effective solution for monitoring offenders through GPS monitoring, home detention, domestic violence prevention, and more

SuperCom (NASDAQ: SPCB), a provider of secured solutions for the e-government, IoT, and cybersecurity sector, is on a mission to revolutionize the public safety sector worldwide through proprietary electronic monitoring technology, data intelligence, and complementary services.  The company’s technology comes at a time when there is an increased need for cost-effective monitoring solutions for dealing with various offenders’ populations such as domestic violence offenders, prison inmates, and more.

In the case of the United States, victims of domestic violence turn to local agencies and nonprofits for services and support. Many of these establishments utilize federal funding to run their operations – primarily funding established through the Victims of Crime Act (“VOCA”). Funding through VOCA has decreased over the last five years, and these agencies and nonprofits are often forced to downsize their operations despite the growing number of domestic violence victims. This further pressures the government to implement the most cost-effective solutions for dealing with offenders and keeping victims safe.

Berg Insight reported that the total market for the electronic monitoring of offenders in the United States, Europe, and Latin America, totaled $1.2 billion in 2021. It is expected to grow at a CAGR of 10.8%, resulting in an estimated value of $2.1 billion by 2026. The market’s growth can be attributed to the growing adoption of GPS-based and smartphone-based solutions. The evolution of technology is also a contributing factor, with modern data analytics tools making it increasingly possible to identify offender behavior patterns and possibly predict future electronic monitoring violations or offenses (

SuperCom’s proprietary PureSecurity suite is an all-in-one, field-proven offender monitoring system, with services such as GPS monitoring, home detention, domestic violence prevention, and more. The suite is specifically tailored to meet each client’s needs. By leveraging the power of AI, SuperCom’s PureSecurity platform can offer new abilities, such as amplified data analysis, predictive modeling, and streamlined automation – geared toward optimizing decision-making and operational efficiency.

SuperCom’s technology offers competitive advantages, including:

  • Long Battery Life (No Tag Charging Required)
  • Ultra Lightweight Form Factor
  • Next-Gen Location Tech
  • Protection of Domestic Violence Victims
  • And More

SuperCom’s PureSecurity suite for electronic monitoring under court-ordered programs includes the company’s GPS enrollee digital tracking platform PureTrack, the PureTag wearable RF bracelet, the PureOne one-piece tracking device, and the home-based PureCom station. The solution makes it more affordable for governments to track domestic violence offenders, reducing the number of incarcerations, reducing costs, and maintaining their dedication to protecting the victims of acts of domestic violence.

Ordan Trabelsi, SuperCom’s President and CEO, said in a November 14, 2023 press release that the company was uniquely positioned to capitalize on the increasing global demand for secured electronic monitoring solutions is strategically investing in the continuous improvement of its offerings, extending its reach into new markets, which is already yielding promising results in the U.S. and other regions ( “Our focus remains on driving innovation, enhancing operational efficiencies, and delivering exceptional value to our customers and stakeholders,” Trabelsi said. “We are confident that our strategic decisions will further propel us towards achieving our long-term objectives and securing SuperCom’s position as a leader in the industry.”

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