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GPS monitors on domestic violence offenders

May 22, 2013 at 10:36 AM

In a Radio NZ interview Corrections Minister wants to use GPS monitors on DV offenders, as it seems to work on 40 high risk sex offenders for 7 months. Women's Refuge agrees but father of Helen Meads who died from shooting by her farmer husband thinks this tracking system would not save his daughter's life because her husband had not been formally charged for family violence until her death. Read more here, listen to David White on Checkpoint and Nine to Noon interviews

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