Our Company's History, Ethics, and Long-Term Goals
ASAP, Inc's Program Director is Mr. Charles G. Winchester, who oversees all monitoring services. His history of being with the Baltimore City and County Police Departments, and serving with both the Circuit and District Courts, gives ASAP, Inc. a closer insight into the relationship between law enforcement, judiciary proceedings, the community, and home monitoring.
ASAP, Inc. is licensed by the State of Maryland, and regulated by the Department of Public Safety and the Maryland Commission in Correctional Standards. Additionally, we are fully insured and bonded.
ASAP, Inc. considers reliable service as our strongest asset. We are confident in both our personnel and our selection of monitoring equipment.
ASAP, Inc. fully researched, and selected only the most reliable state-of-the-art technology in our choice of monitoring equipment. We have taken into consideration the vital importance of public safety, judiciary confidence, and cost-effectiveness.
ASAP, Inc. provides all necessary equipment, and guarantees the integrity of its state-of-the-art technology. The financial responsibility of home detention monitoring is assumed solely by the offender; not by the county, state, or taxpayers. Our sliding scale monitoring fee makes home detention affordable regardless of one?s income.
ASAP, Inc. will accept into our program any offender that the courts deem acceptable. The defendant in pre-trial status is a perfect candidate for home detention monitoring as detailed logs of the clients whereabouts can and will be used.
ASAP, Inc. meets with all clients on a bi-weekly basis to collect all verification and information pertaining to outings. This ensures complete compliance with the programs rules and regulations. Maryland State Law requires that a private home detention company meet with clients only once each month.
ASAP, Inc. recognizes the need for a fully competent alternative to incarceration, and stands ready to accept the challenges facing the home monitoring industry today.