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anklet

; elastic brace manufactured elasticated ankle support substituting for a 'figure of eight' bandage; used in the treatment of ankle instability
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com, a provider of some of the highest quality jewelry in the industry, has expanded their collection of ankle bracelets to include new designs and a variety of different themes.
Brown served 14 years of his 40-year sentence in the criminal justice department before he was paroled in 1999 and placed on intensive supervision, which required him to wear an ankle bracelet with a GPS monitor.
A reinforced ankle bracelet with a computer chip will be attached to an asylum seeker who will have to pay for the tag.
At least 100,000 sex offenders, parolees and people free on bail or probation wear ankle bracelets that can sound an alarm if they leave home without permission, fail to show up for work or linger near a playground or school.
If the offender enters a restricted area, an alarm sounds at the central monitoring site, and vibration alerts on the ankle bracelet remind the offender to comply.
Buddi Tag ankle bracelets track cons via satellite and are used by a growing number of police forces in England and Wales.
The men will wear ankle bracelets until the end of their sentence on February 14.
Who was Heinz, and what did he do with ankle bracelets that would make the catalog page you mention his reading of choice?
Just a few include: necklaces, watches, earrings, rings, chains, ankle bracelets and much, much more.
read one post, while another said, "Why don't you cuff your women with tracking ankle bracelets too?
There were also bills to create a British version of the FBI, as well as moves make driving under the influence drugs the same as drink driving in eyes of the law, plus moves to tag problem drunks with electronic ankle bracelets.
Carol Liu, will allow the released inmates to serve the rest of their sentences at home on the condition that the women wear GPS-enabled ankle bracelets and report to parole officers regularly.