Definition[edit | edit source]

Electronic tagging (also called electronic monitoring) is a form of non-surreptitious surveillance consisting of an electronic device attached to a person or vehicle, especially certain criminals, allowing their whereabouts to be monitored.

Overview[edit | edit source]

In general, devices locate themselves using GPS and report their position back to a control center via, for example a cellular network.

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