Israel-based identity solutions firm SuperCom has secured an electronic monitoring contract in California.The company announced that its subsidiary, Leaders in Community Alternatives (LCA), has won a contract to provide electronic monitoring services to a new county probation department in Northern California, further expanding its presence in the state. The county has approved the contract, and the program has begun generating recurring revenues.Under the terms of the agreement, LCA will provide services to those referred by probation or the courts, including RF home detention, GPS tracking and monitoring as well as alcohol monitoring. These services will be provided to youth and adults. SuperCom's PureSecurity Electronic Monitoring Suite will be deployed in connection with the services.”We are pleased to have been awarded this new contract within an existing county as it not only expands our presence, but also validates the quality and depth of our services, further reflecting the overall value we provide to our customers,” commented Ordan Trabelsi, President of SuperCom Americas.”This electronic monitoring program complements LCA's existing juvenile day reporting treatment programs, which have been operating in the same county for many years. This win is a testament to the exceptional work of our team and partner agencies as well as our performance on similar contracts throughout California. We look forward to leveraging our expertise and state-of-the-art electronic monitoring capabilities to develop and implement another world-class program for this county,” Trabelsi concluded.