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by Kristel Beyens,Dan Kaminski,Mike Nellis

eBook Electronically Monitored Punishment: International and Critical Perspectives download ISBN: 1843922738
Author: Kristel Beyens,Dan Kaminski,Mike Nellis
Publisher: Willan; 1 edition (October 15, 2012)
Language: English
Pages: 304
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Electronic monitoring (EM) is a way of supervising offenders in the community whilst they are on bail .

Electronic monitoring (EM) is a way of supervising offenders in the community whilst they are on bail, serving a community sentence or after release from prison. Various technologies can be used, including voice verification, GPS satellite tracking and – most commonly - the use of radio frequency to monitor house arrest. It originated in the USA in the 1980s and has spread to over 30 countries since then.

Tom Daems and others published Electronically Monitored Punishment: International and Critical Perspectives.

England and Wales is currently privatizing most of its Probation Service and simultaneously planning to create the largest and most advanced electronic monitoring (EM) scheme in the world, using combined GPS tracking and radio frequency technology. Downgrading one, upgrading the other.

292 pages 5 B/W Illus. Eagerness for electronic monitoring in Belgium, Kristel Beyens and Dan Kaminski, 9. Bars in your head: electronic monitoring in the Netherlands, Rene Van Swaaningen and Jolande Uit Beijerse, Part II, Debates; 10. Surveillance, stigma and spatial constraint: the ethical challenges of electronic monitoring, Mike Nellis, 11.

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Introduction: making sense of electronic monitoring, Mike Nellis, Kristel Beyens and Dan Kaminski, Part I, National experiences; 1. The limits of techno-utopianism: electronic monitoring in the United States of America, J. Robert Lilly and Mike Nellis, 2. The evolution of electronic. The evolution of electronic monitoring in Canada: from corrections to sentencing and beyond, Suzanne Wallace-Capretta and Julian Roberts, 3. 'Parallel tracks': probation.

Eds Mike Nellis, Kristel Beyens and Dan Kaminski (Routledge, Oxon 2013) pbk ISBN 978 0 415 62595 1 £2. 9. Monitoring ‘anti-social behaviour’ remotely has, after all, been a staple of dystopian literature even before, and certainly after, Orwell. Authors and affiliations. First Online: 26 September 2014. Electronic Monitoring Triple Bottom Line Iris Recognition Correctional Staff Correctional Practice. These keywords were added by machine and not by the authors. This process is experimental and the keywords may be updated as the learning algorithm improves.

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Electronically monitored punishment: International and critical perspectives. Electronic monitoring in Belgium: a penological analysis of current and future orientations. M Nellis, K Beyens, D Kaminski. European Journal of Probation 5 (3), 56-70, 2013. Creativity and effectiveness in the use of electronic monitoring: A case study of five jurisdictions. A Hucklesby, K Beyens, M Boone, F Dunkel, G McIvor, H Graham. University of Leeds, 2016. Community service in Belgium, the Netherlands, Scotland and Spain: a comparative perspective. G McIvor, K Beyens, E Blay, M Boone.

Introduction: making sense of electronic monitoring, Mike Nellis, Kristel Beyens and Dan Kaminski, Part I, National . Commercial crime control and the development of electronically monitored punishment: a global perspective, Craig Paterson, 12.

Electronically Monitored Punishment book.

Electronic monitoring (EM) is a way of supervising offenders in the community whilst they are on bail, serving a community sentence or after release from prison. Various technologies can be used, including voice verification, GPS satellite tracking and – most commonly - the use of radio frequency to monitor house arrest. It originated in the USA in the 1980s and has spread to over 30 countries since then. This book explores the development of EM in a number of countries to give some indication of the diverse ways it has been utilized and of the complex politics which surrounds its use.

A techno-utopian impulse underpins the origins of EM and has remained latent in its subsequent development elsewhere in the world, despite recognition that is it less capable of effecting penal transformations than its champions have hoped. This book devotes substantive chapters to the issues of privatisation, evaluation, offender perspectives and ethics. Whilst normatively more committed to the Swedish model, the book acknowledges that this may not represent the future of EM, whose untrammelled, commercially-driven development could have very alarming consequences for criminal justice.

Both utopian and dystopian hopes have been invested in EM, but research on its impact is ambivalent and fragmented, and EM remains undertheorised, empirically and ethically. This book seeks to redress this by providing academics, policy audiences and practitioners with the intellectual resources to understand and address the challenges which EM poses.