The Kiosk Program is a fully automated reporting system where a person on the Pretrial Release or Probation Programs can complete routine interviews through a kiosk machine. The offender's identity is verified by a bio-metric fingerprint scan. Offenders who are deemed appropriate for this program (based on risk and needs-assessment factors pertaining to public safety and offender need) can be scheduled for monitoring from daily to monthly reporting.
The Kiosk Program is utilized when accountability and monitoring can be accomplished when a personal interaction between the probationer and probation officer are not required. The kiosk machine collects and stores data regarding judicially ordered special conditions such as drug testing, community service and other case information including demographic changes and reporting frequency.