electronic tagging

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electronic tagging

the technique by which criminals or suspects are fitted with an electronic transmitter. It is used for smoothing the integration of convicts to society. 12-16 year olds who are remanded to local authority accommodation maybe tagged and monitored. The tagging often includes a curfew- hours between which the taggee must stay at home.
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Cook County Sheriff Tom Dart is running into a backlash from the Cook County public defender and other legal advocates of people who are remaining in jail as his office scrutinizes if they have violent backgrounds that should bar them from court-ordered home confinement under electronic monitoring.
New electronic monitoring technologies which can better protect victims of crime form part of the Management of Offenders Bill published today.
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TELECOMWORLDWIRE-September 6, 2016-SuperCom subsidiary LCA expands electronic monitoring programs in California
Starting in January 2016, Illinois will give residents of nursing homes and residents of homes for the intellectually or developmentally disabled the right to pay for outside electronic monitoring systems or services for their own rooms.
Priscilla Beukes to the launchof the National Rural Development Policy and Strategy (NRDPS) and the Electronic Monitoring and Evaluation Reporting System (EMERS).
DUDLEY -- A Worcester police officer who has been under house arrest for more than a month no longer has to wear an electronic monitoring device as he awaits trial in a domestic assault case.
ySTANBUL (CyHAN)- The Family and Social Policy Ministry will begin a new electronic monitoring pilot program that targets the perpetrators of domestic violence, in August in the cities of Adana and Bursa.
A large NIJ-funded study (1) of Florida offenders placed on electronic monitoring found that electronic monitoring significantly reduces the likelihood of failure under community supervision.
Philip Robert Bell, 40, of Enfield Street, Middlesbrough, banned from driving for three years, given an 18-month community order and a four-month curfew order with electronic monitoring and ordered to pay pounds 30 costs for drink-driving.
In fact, at least 27 states have legislation calling for some form of electronic monitoring of sex offenders (Button, DeMichele and Payne, 2007).
Arnold Schwarzenegger signed legislation last week that will shift thousands of inmates sentenced for minor, nonviolent crimes out of overcrowded county jails and into electronic monitoring at home.

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