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Lawmakers question reliability of GPS offender monitoring

9:09 PM, Apr. 4, 2013
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Officials running the state's GPS monitoring system faced some hard questions from lawmakers Thursday, including whether the system used to track more than 600 sex offenders is reliable enough and whether false alerts are unfairly sending people back to jail.

Lawmakers on the Assembly Corrections Committee also questioned whether the state should proceed with plans to expand the $7 million program by 50 percent to include people who have violated domestic violence restraining orders.

Chairman Rep. Garey Bies, R-Sister Bay, called the hearing in response to a Wisconsin Center for ...

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