Williams Lake city councillor Scott Nelson (left) and Vince Morelli, president of SafeTracksGPS Canada Inc. provide information in June of 2018 on the 10 ankle bracelets the City will be leasing for use in monitoring prolific offenders. (Tribune file photo)

Williams Lake city councillor Scott Nelson (left) and Vince Morelli, president of SafeTracksGPS Canada Inc. provide information in June of 2018 on the 10 ankle bracelets the City will be leasing for use in monitoring prolific offenders. (Tribune file photo)

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