£950m bill forces rethink on computer tracking of offenders – The Guardian

Posted August 9th, 2007 in news, prisons, probation by sally

“The future of the computer system that is supposed to keep track of 300,000 offenders a year who are in prison or on probation is in doubt after ministers halted the programme this week. The moratorium follows an admission that the original £234m costing ‘proved to be optimistic’.”

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The Guardian, 9th August 2007

Source: www.guardian.co.uk