FILE - Jock Waldo, a vice president at BI Incorporated, holds up one of his company's electronic monitoring ankle devices, during a joint news conference with the Colorado Department of

 

              FILE - Jock Waldo, a vice president at BI Incorporated, holds up one of his company
FILE - Jock Waldo, a vice president at BI Incorporated, holds up one of his company's electronic monitoring ankle devices, during a joint news conference with the Colorado Department of Corrections, at BI's offices in Boulder, Colo. on Tuesday, April 23, 2013. Waldo says the devices have long been misunderstood, noting that instead of requiring less work on the part of law enforcement, probation officers must still scrutinize the vast amount of data they produce. (AP Photo/Brennan Linsley)