The Electronic Incarceration Program is an important part of the Norfolk County Sheriff’s Office commitment to the successful reentry of offenders into society. The program allows classified minimum security inmates to serve the remainder of their sentence at home or in a treatment program, allowing the inmate to address their substance use issues and gain employment while being closely monitored 24 hours a day by Sheriff’s Office Staff using a tamper resistant GPS bracelet. This allows the offender to begin to reintegrate into their community and benefits the Sheriff’s Office and the taxpayer by relieving overcrowding and reducing the high costs of housing inmates in the correctional setting. Inmates on the Electronic Bracelet Program are responsible for their own basic needs (rent, phone, heat, food, medical, etc.).






Press Releases

NCSO Recognizes Tyler Forgeron as Norfolk County Hero
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NCSO Receives Grant to Help Break Down Language Barriers for Victims
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Norfolk County Sheriff’s Office Recognizes Nate Galante as Norfolk County Hero
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Norfolk County Sheriff’s Youth Leadership Academy Expands to Franklin
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NCSO Hosts Blood Drive in Honors of The Mighty Quinn
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Norfolk County Sheriff’s Office Recognizes Cynthia Lewis as Norfolk County Hero
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Norfolk County Sheriff’s Office to Host Blood Drive in Honor of “The Mighty Quinn”
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Norfolk County Sheriff’s Office Awarded Competitive Perkins Grant to Develop Workforce Training Program
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Massachusetts Department of Public Health Awards Norfolk County Sheriff’s Office $700K Grant to Expand Opioid Treatment Program
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Sheriff Patrick W. McDermott Launches “Norfolk County Heroes” Initiative
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Sheriff McDermott Praises “Are You OK” Program for Recent Saves of Two Norfolk County Residents
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Patrick McDermott Sworn In as Norfolk County Sheriff
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