Routledge has published a book on Electronic Monitoring (EM), edited by Mike Nellis, Kristel Beyens and Dan Kaminski, who are also connected to CEP’s conference on EM. Title of the collection of articles is: Electronically Monitored Punishment. International and Critical Perspectives. The book aims to provide academics, policy audiences and practitioners with the intellectual resources to understand and address the challenges which EM poses. The chapters deal with issues regarding privatisation, evaluation, offender perspectives and ethics, in order to extend the body of research and theories currently available on EM.
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