California Sex Offenders Now Tracked By GPS

Now here's an interesting concept. How many daddies will have their special bracelets on? And does California really have enough money for this?

Thousands of sex offenders on parole in California are now being tracked by GPS devices, at a high price to taxpayers.

Outfitting nearly 7,000 sex offender parolees cost the state nearly $10 million, and the 24 hours a day, seven days a week tracking is costing another $14.5 million per year – that comes out to $6 per parolee, per day. Compare that to prisoners, each of whom costs taxpayers $96 a day behind bars...

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