Only 25% of felony cases result in a D-Bond or cash Bond.
50% of felony cases result in I-BOND or signature Bond.
15.4% of those released on Electronic Monitoring were charged with violent crimes and 33.8% with weapons-related crimes.
Of those who were required to pay cash bond, 53.5% were ordered to pay $1,000 or less and 38.4% had to pay $500 or less.
And despite Sheriff Dart's assertions that EM has just recently become overwhelmed, the stats actual indicate a decrease in EM since the new bond policy... This was result of significant increase I-Bonds for felony defendants.
The number of defendants in community corrections programs increased from 1,986 in August 2013 to 2,300 before the new bail policy was implemented and stood at 2,073 on May 10, 2018. All but a few of those in community corrections programs are on electronic monitoring.