|Appears in Collections:||Faculty of Social Sciences Newspaper/Magazine Articles|
|Title:||Smarter tagging practices for offenders needed, report finds|
|Publisher:||Law Society of Scotland|
|Citation:||Graham H (2016) Smarter tagging practices for offenders needed, report finds. Journal of the Law Society of Scotland. 01.07.2016. http://www.journalonline.co.uk/News/1021952.aspx#.V3pfvu_2bcu|
|Abstract:||Electronic tagging of offenders should be better integrated with other measures to support rehabilitation, according to anew report by University of Stirling researchers. The two year study by criminologists Professor Gill McIvor and Dr Hannah Graham, working with an international team, sought the views of criminal justice social workers, Scottish Prison Service staff, sheriffs, the Parole Board for Scotland, Police Scotland, G4S monitoring staff and Scottish Government policymakers, among others.|
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|Affiliation:||Sociology, Social Policy & Criminology|
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