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Sep 1, 2015

Experts gather to promote a bold approach to electronic monitoring in Scotland

Over 100 experts in the use of electronic monitoring  met in Perth on Wednesday 25th August 2015 to look at how Scotland can make use of advances in technology, including GPS, and the latest international evidence as part of an improved approach to monitoring offenders across the country.

The conference has been organised as part of work being undertaken by a specially appointed Electronic Monitoring in Scotland Working Group which is exploring opportunities around the future use of electronic monitoring and is due to report to Scottish Ministers next year.

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