Only 172 of them are in service and can be applied to suspects, while 283 ankle monitors are faulty, another 13 have been “lost” by suspects, and six more have been seized as material evidence. Thus, just one serviceable ankle monitor accounts for approximately 262,000 people.
At the same time, according to data as of July 28, some 112 ankle monitors out of 172 had already been applied. Hence, only 112 electronic devices remain at law enforcers’ disposal.
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