25 Feb

Monitoring provides structure

Uncategorized by Peter Marshall

See RSC co-founder Steve Tan’s latest article: Monitoring provides structure

01 Jan

Canadian judges increasingly using electronic monitoring as a bail tool

Uncategorized by Peter Marshall

See RSC co-founder Steve Tan’s article here

30 Dec

Recovery Science marks 200th bail release with our monitoring programs

Uncategorized by Peter Marshall

We’ve crossed a significant milestone – see the full story on Advocate Daily here.

11 Dec

Review of Early Case Law on Electronic Monitoring and Bail

Uncategorized by Peter Marshall

The Evolving Case Law on Electronic Monitoring and Bail (excerpt), by Peter Marshall

28 Nov

With monitoring, conditional sentences for impaired driving can be smart and tough on crime

Uncategorized by Peter Marshall

Read on Advocate Daily

02 Oct

Ankle bracelet monitoring gaining foothold in bail cases

Uncategorized by Peter Marshall


07 May

Drug testing helps strengthen bail plans

Uncategorized by Peter Marshall


19 Feb

Alcohol monitoring is making a difference in Ontario child protection cases

Parents, agencies and lawyers involved in child protection cases are discovering a new tool for addressing allegations of alcohol abuse by a parent – continuous alcohol monitoring using the SCRAMx® ankle bracelet.  Developed for use in the criminal justice system, primarily in programs aimed at repeat impaired drivers, it tests for alcohol every 30 minutes, […]

19 Feb

Private monitoring for bail: now affordable, growing rapidly in Ontario

In the words of one Justice of the Peace, Recovery Science Corporation (RSC) is “bringing a new dimension to bail in Ontario.” That new dimension is private compliance monitoring that is affordable and widely available. RSC’s GPS, radio-frequency, and alcohol monitoring programs have now been a part of over 25 plans of supervision that have […]

14 Oct

GPS monitoring bolsters bail plans of supervision

Bail, Electronic Monitoring, GPS by Peter Marshall

Our Bail Compliance Monitoring Program introduced GPS monitoring on September 21, 2012. Defence counsel wasted no time putting the service to the test – our GPS monitoring was proposed in cases heard on September 24, 25 and 26 – and Ontario courts were receptive. On September 24 in St. Catharines, in a bail review before […]