The Use of Electronic Monitoring in EU Member States

Reports

 Findings from the EMEU project

A number of reports have been produced during the course of the EMEU project.  The comparative research ‘Creativity and effectiveness in the use of electronic monitoring: a case study of five European jurisdictions’ is reported in full here and is also available summarised as a briefing paper in: EnglishFrenchGerman and Dutch.

There are two jurisdiction-specific reports available from each partner in the EMEU project. These reports contain findings from each respective jurisdiction. The research conducted in each jurisdiction can be found in the reports below.

Belgium:

‘Electronic monitoring in Belgium’ briefing report, available in: EnglishDutch and French

‘Electronic monitoring in Belgium’ full report, available in: English

England and Wales:

‘Electronic monitoring in England and Wales’ briefing report, available in: English

‘Electronic monitoring in England and Wales’ full report, available in: English

Germany:

‘Electronic monitoring in Germany’ briefing report, available in: German and English

‘Electronic monitoring in Germany’ full report, available in: English

The Netherlands:

‘Electronic monitoring in the Netherlands’ briefing report, available in: Dutch and English

‘Electronic monitoring in the Netherlands’ full report, available in: English

Scotland:

‘Electronic monitoring in Scotland’ briefing report, available in: English

‘Electronic monitoring in Scotland’ full report, available in: English

 

Co-funded by the Criminal Justice Programme of the European Union

This publication has been produced with the financial support of the Criminal Justice Programme of the European Union. The contents of this publication are the sole responsibility of the project partners and can in no way be taken to reflect the views of the European Commission.

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