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Criminal Justice

GPS tagging goes live

National roll out of new GPS tags which will provide 24/7 location monitoring of offenders.

Criminal Justice

Latest research on electronic monitoring

Electronic monitoring is an accepted and important component within the criminal justice system but its use is insufficiently regulated allowing it be applied unfairly.

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The role of tagging in offender management

Advocates of tagging typically advanced the cost effectiveness argument where they compare the cost of tagging – according to the Reform report somewhere between £8 to £16 per day for the new GPS tags – with the average cost of the prison place of approximately £73.

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