this is a step in the right direction, GPS tracking has proved to be a great asset in the detective business and will prove itself again in keeping track of prolific offenders
(PRWEB UK) 6 March 2013
According to the Sky News Article the government plans closer monitoring of criminals with GPS electronic tags to help keep them excluded from town centres and hotspots where they might reoffend. The details are to be set out by Justice Secretary Chris Grayling and Prisons Minister Jeremy Wright at a conference on the rehabilitation of offenders.
The report goes on to say that current tags only monitor whether an offender is at their address or not during curfew. The new tag will be able to track them wherever they go and what time they are going there which will reduce of risk of reoffending and keep the public at less risk of harm.
Private Detective in Bristol use GPS technology to track anything from animals to vehicles and have increased the success rate of surveillance investigations when using the device. Using this technology has made a huge difference to investigations and would prove to help to keep the public safe from offenders who may be more likely to reoffend. GPS devices can give 24/7 tracking of the offenders, therefore with the knowledge that the authorities know their movements, criminals will be less likely to offend again.
Spokesperson from Private Detective in Bristol, Olivia Wilkinson said:
“In my professional opinion this is a step in the right direction, GPS tracking has proved to be a great asset in the detective business and will prove itself again in keeping track of prolific offenders.”
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