GPS Tracking in Community Supervision: What Should Scotland Do?

Rapid advances in technology to monitor and track human movement demand urgent answers to fundamental questions about its use in the criminal justice system.

How should Electronic Monitoring be harnessed? What should, (and should it not), be used for? What does it mean for the future of sentencing and the delivery of community penalties? And above all, can EM be used to support not only ‘efficiency’ but also fairness and humanity?

6.15pm – 7.30pm, Thursday 21st November 2013

Registration and Refreshments from 5.45pm

Lecture and discussion followed by reception

Court-Senate Suite Lecture Theatre, Collins Building Richmond Street
Centre for Law, Crime & Justice, Law School, University of Strathclyde

All welcome but booking is essential.

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CPD available for most professions.


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