Lancashire Police say their use of new GPS tracking technology to track their most prolific of offenders has helped them cut their bills and their crime rate.
The tracking bracelets have helped some of their worst criminals go straight and slashed more than £800,000 from the policing bill.
The tags enable police to monitor where people are and where they have been:
Watch below Inspector Joanne Keay of Lancashire Police explain how the force is using GPS technology.
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