Live Information In The Field

ProbeSmart™ is the first to deliver live client information to the field. Probation officers manage their day with their ProbeSmart™ Mobile Tablet.
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Probation Officers Accomplish More

Probation officers manage their day with their ProbeSmart™ Mobile Tablet. ProbeSmart™ is the first to deliver live client information to the field. Our Touch field tablet allows the field officer to access client records whenever and wherever needed.
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ProbeSmart™ Tablet

Probation Monitoring. ProbeSmart™ Field Tablet accesses client records including: automated calendar with risk assessment and required visits, plus mapping features that identify home, work and current locations.  
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ProbeSmart™ App

ProbeSmart™ tablet key features are now on a SmartPhone App so officers can use their existing smartphones — whether it’s Android, iPhone and Windows 8.
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Client Information In The Field

ProbeSmart™ touch field tablets or smart phones app  allow probation officers in the  field to access client records, prioritized by need,  whenever and wherever they are. ProbeSmart™ is the first to deliver live client information to the Probation Officer in the field to manage their day on a mobile tablet or smart phone.  Meaningful Client Information Clients, prioritized by those that need attention, are listed on the left hand column with New Clients at the top.   If they violate their terms of release, it appears in RED with an alert message such as: Exclusion Zone Violation, Failed Drug Test, Curfew Violation, or Notice of Arrest. To  View A Client To view a client, an officer touches the “VIEW INFO” button. An enlarged photo of the client appears along with Action Plan, Current Stage, and Restitution Progress bars. This view also includes: Name, Risk Level, Last Contact and Next Meeting Agenda. For case file information an officer presses the “CASE FILE” button. Previous notes may be reviewed and new notes can be added. ProbeSmart™ Mapping ProbeSmart™ Mapping provides client home or current GPS location. Through a court order a client’s cellphone can be pinged and its location positioned on the map. Officers can use the map to plan the best route to visit multiple client’s. Other Features Other features include a Camera to add photos to a file, a Calendar to schedule appointments, and a Community Resource Guide that lists organizations by category of assistance, a description of services and contact...
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