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The usage of EM in Australia

Pathinayake, Athula 2018, The usage of EM in Australia [data collection], Alternatives to prison, doi: 10.26187/5f4f45896eb4f.

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Type of research activity Strategic basic research
Name of data collection The usage of EM in Australia
Creator(s) Pathinayake, AthulaORCID iD for Pathinayake, Athula orcid.org/0000-0001-6520-0343
Related institution(s) Deakin University
Date completed 2018
Collection start date 2018-11-01
Collection end date 2018-12-13
Project name Alternatives to prison
Keyword(s) Electronic monitoring
parole
prison
drug offenders
sex offenders
sentencing
original courts
appellate courts
Australia
Language eng
Summary The raw data of cases wherein electronic monitoring or GPS monitoring has been considered. It serves to illustrate the current state of EM use by the judicial system, highlight problems, and foster theory development.
Contact details (email) athula@deakin.edu.au
Copyright notice ┬ęThe author
DOI 10.26187/5f4f45896eb4f
Persistent URL http://hdl.handle.net/10536/DRO/DU:30141393

Document type: Data Collection
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