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London to test GPS tagging on offenders of knife-related crime

euronews Monday, 11 February 2019 ()
London to test GPS tagging on offenders of knife-related crimeMayor of London Sadiq Khan has announced the new initiative to tackle violent crime across the UK capital, which will come into effect next week
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