2 Watch Monitoring, Inc. Opens Olympia Location
New location adjacent to Thurston County Courthouse
provides convenient and economical sentencing alternative
OLYMPIA, Wash. (April 17, 2013) – 2 Watch Monitoring, Inc. (2WM), a monitoring and reporting service for the legal industry in Washington state, recently opened a new location in Olympia at 909 Lakeridge Drive SW.
Adjacent to the Thurston County Courthouse, 2WM’s new site provides the company with close proximity to local referral authorities and convenient access for offenders and defendants. The Olympia office makes alternative sentencing both efficient and cost effective for the courts and offenders.
“With this service, offenders can serve their sentences without incarceration, helping them keep their jobs and meet family obligations” said Ken Almberg, president of 2WM. “We also provide the courts an economical way to reduce costs and overcrowded jail populations.”
2WM is also located in Tacoma, Wash. and is court approved in most Washington state jurisdictions. The Olympia office will be open Wednesday from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m., Thursdays from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. and by appointment all other days.
About 2 Watch Monitoring, Inc.
Founded in 2002, 2 Watch Monitoring, Inc. (2WM) provides electronic home monitoring, alcohol monitoring and GPS monitoring through the company’s state-of-the-art equipment. 2WM provides alternative incarceration resources for monitoring and reporting with superior technologies for home detention including Breath Alcohol Content (BAC) and Transdermal equipment, GPS ankle bracelets with cellular capabilities, and voice verification. As a service-oriented business, 2WM provides inter-personal skills for the referring authorities and offenders with a mobile response team, onsite and offsite installation, a multi-lingual team, random or scheduled drug testing and case management.
2WM is a certified Women/Minority Business Enterprise (WMBE) and a preferred home monitoring provider throughout the state of Washington. 2WM is actively involved with the Municipal Court Administration (MCA), District and Municipal Count Administration (DMCA), Washington State Patrol Impaired Driving Training Symposium and the Pierce County District Municipal Court Liaison Committee and corporate sponsor for Citizens for Judicial Excellence (CJE).