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Electronic monitoring undermines rehabilitation

Electronic monitoring undermines rehabilitation

By Karin Derkley

Punishment Young Persons 

Tracking young parolees with electronic bracelets may undermine the objective of rehabilitation that is a fundamental principle of juvenile justice, youth justice experts say. New laws announced by the Andrews government this week would see some young offenders on parole fitted with electronic bracelets to ensure they comply with the conditions of their parole, including maintaining curfews or restricting their movements to certain areas.

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