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Vigilnet Acquires the Assets of New York-based Recovery Solutions

OMAHA, NE, August 1, 2023 - Vigilnet America LLC (Vigilnet), a leading provider of electronic monitoring services to the criminal justice system, announced today that it has acquired the assets of New York-based Recovery Solutions. The acquisition further expands Vigilnet’s Northeast footprint and expands the Company’s service offering into the state of New York. Terms of the transaction were not disclosed.

Founded in 2000, Recovery Solutions provides electronic monitoring services, notably SCRAM Continuous Alcohol Monitoring, to a large and growing number of government customers throughout western New York. Vigilnet currently has programs operating throughout Nebraska, Iowa, Oregon, Washington, Pennsylvania, and now New York. According to Jake Dawes, Vigilnet’s Chief Executive Officer, Vigilnet will be focused on implementing its high-touch service model for Recovery solutions’ customers, providing for a seamless transition of services. "We are thrilled at the opportunity to expand our service offering into New York and provide Recovery Solutions’ customers with the level of service that has allowed Vigilnet to become one of the largest electronic monitoring service providers in the country," says Dawes. "Our government customers and participants in New York will be able to rely on Vigilnet for best-in-class service and access to the best technology the industry has to offer. We look forward to expanding on the strong relationships Recovery Solutions has built over the past two decades" adds Dawes.

Headquartered in Omaha, NE, Vigilnet provides a comprehensive suite of electronic monitoring services to more than 130 agencies across five states and has effectively monitored more than 100,000 offenders since inception. As a mission critical partner to local and state-level government agencies, Vigilnet’s technology-enabled services play an essential role in supporting offender rehabilitation, alleviating prison overcrowding, protecting communities, and reducing government costs.