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Lawmakers ask tough questions about state's GPS tracking system

8:45 PM, Apr. 4, 2013
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MADISON - State prison officials were pressed Thursday to answer legislators' questions about the reliability of GPS monitoring of offenders

"I guess my concern is that our equipment is accurate so that we know it's working and we're protecting the public," said Rep. Garey Bies, R-Sister Bay, chairman of the Assembly Committee on Corrections.

Bies called the hearing in response to a Wisconsin Center for Investigative Journalism report, published March 24, citing interviews with 13 offenders who contend the state's tracking system repeatedly fails, registering false alerts and ...

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