Intensive Supervision Program after Arrest in Fulton County, Georgia

What does it mean when the Fulton County magistrate judge gives you a bond but requires you to report under “ISP” or Intensive Supervision Program in Fulton County?

Intensive Supervision provides a more rigorous form of pretrial release.

Defendants released to the ISP program are required to meet with case managers a minimum of (3) three times a week. Release conditions such as electronic monitoring, curfew, securing a GED, and anger management counseling are utilized to minimize the likelihood of flight risk and future criminal misconduct.