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Electronic Monitoring Program Rules & Forms

Clients sentenced to the Electronic Monitoring Program will be restricted to their home as an alternative to jail while serving their sentence. Clients must strictly adhere to the rules in order to avoid intervention by the courts and possibly returning to jail. 

Electronic monitoring program clients may access program rules, download necessary forms and get answers to frequently asked questions below. For more information, visit our electronic monitoring program page.


  • Payment as agreed
  • Photo ID
  • Telephone bill (doesn't have to be in client’s name)
  • Address verification, utility bill, bank statement, rental or mortgage information, credit card statement, paycheck stub (doesn't have to be in client’s name)
  • Program verification form
  • Paycheck stub
  • Additional documentation for approved activities

  • Verification log
  • Work schedule verification
  • Work schedule for following week
  • Paycheck stub
  • Treatment verification
  • Doctors notes
  • Receipts for personal time
  • Any other verification for activities done during the week

Program Forms
Verification forms:  English (PDF)   Español (PDF)
Activity log: English (PDF)

Frequently Asked Questions
General program questions: English (PDF)  Español (PDF)
Post-conviction program questions: English (PDF)
Sheriff's program questions: English (PDF)

Electronic monitoring fees are part of the sentence you have been given by the Court. They must be paid in order to complete your sentence successfully.

Contact Us

Electronic Monitoring

Phone: (720) 913-8950
Fax: (720) 913-8920

For Courts & Other Agencies
The Electronic Monitoring Program works with many agencies and many courtrooms. For questions or assistance with the program, call (720) 913-8900.