Allied Universal wins £160m government contract in the UK

London, UK

Allied Universal Electronic Monitoring (AUEM) has won a six-year, £160 million contract to supply next generation electronic monitoring technology to the UK government’s Ministry of Justice (MoJ).

As part of the contract, AUEM will deliver its latest monitoring technologies and systems for GPS and Radio Frequency tracking. It will further include solutions for alcohol monitoring (transdermal & breath) and non-fitted monitoring devices.

In the UK, approximately 15,000 individuals were required to wear a monitoring device in 2022. This number is expected to significantly increase by 2025.

Allied Universal Electronic Monitoring is a global leader in electronic monitoring. The business formed in August 2022 following G4S Monitoring Technologies’ acquisition of Attenti Group.

David Byrne, President - Allied Universal Electronic Monitoring, said: “We are delighted that, following a competitive procurement process, we have been chosen as sole supplier on this major UK contract. This will enable us to bring our very latest monitoring technologies and systems to electronic monitoring in the UK and to significantly enhance the capabilities and benefits available to all stakeholders involved in the programme. The new multi-year contract confirms our position as the global market leader in monitoring technologies with national programme wins this year in the UK, France, Italy, Belgium, Uruguay and Hungary.”


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