Tag: sobriety tags
Criminals who commit alcohol-fuelled crime may be banned from drinking and made to wear ‘sobriety tags’ after new legislation comes into force today (19 May 2020).
The ankle tags perform around-the-clock monitoring of an offender’s sweat to determine whether alcohol has been consumed.
If they drink – breaching their alcohol abstinence order – they can be returned to court for further sanctions. These might range from a fine, extending the length of the order or in some cases imprisonment.Read More
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