Electronic monitoring, satellite tracking and the new punitiveness in England and Wales

M. Nellis, john Patt (Editor), David Brown (Editor), Mark Brown (Editor), Simon Hallsworth (Editor)

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    Abstract

    Extensive consideration of various surveillance methods in relation to punishment. Nellis discusses the significance and development of electronic monitoring in relation to offenders in England and Wales, stating that 'Electronic Monitoring has usually been understood as part of an actuarial, risk-oriented, managerialist approach to crime control' (p.168), moving on to explain that the use of this surveillance method will eventually increase.
    Original languageEnglish
    Title of host publicationThe new punitiveness: trends, theories, perspectives
    Pages167-188
    Number of pages21
    Publication statusPublished - 2005

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    electronics
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    offender
    penalty
    offense

    Keywords

    • electronic monitoring
    • surveillance
    • satellite tracking
    • civil rights

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    Nellis, M., Patt, J. (Ed.), Brown, D. (Ed.), Brown, M. (Ed.), & Hallsworth, S. (Ed.) (2005). Electronic monitoring, satellite tracking and the new punitiveness in England and Wales. In The new punitiveness: trends, theories, perspectives (pp. 167-188)
    Nellis, M. ; Patt, john (Editor) ; Brown, David (Editor) ; Brown, Mark (Editor) ; Hallsworth, Simon (Editor). / Electronic monitoring, satellite tracking and the new punitiveness in England and Wales. The new punitiveness: trends, theories, perspectives. 2005. pp. 167-188
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