British police arrest 14 people due to fraud with anklets
The British police has fourteen people arrested in an investigation into the removal of electronic collars. A number of the suspects works at the company Capita, which has a contract with the government for the electronic monitoring convicts.
They would by sure 32 criminals, each more than 450 euros have to pay for an ankle bracelet to loosen, reported British media on Saturday.
It is not the first time that the electronic monitor error. Capita got the contract for six years in 2014, after the contracts with security firms G4S and Serco were terminated because of fraudulent practices.
The ministry of Justice discovered at the time that the security accounts submitted for the following collars of persons who had died, who was behind lock and key, were persons who never had a the ankle had to wear or people that the country has long had to leave.