Contraband Cellular Devices.
Mobile devices, such as cell phones and smart phones, are being smuggled into prisons in record numbers and the problem is escalating.
When inmates have access to the latest Mobile Cellular Devices, such as cell phones and smart phones, they have unmonitored contact with the outside world. Criminal activity is able to continue when inmates have the ability to communicate freely and unmonitored with accomplices on the outside. This problem creates a security risk, not only for the general public, but also for correctional employees.
Identifying the problem
Most detention facilities have already implemented various security measures and safeguards to find and confiscate mobile cellular devices. Yet the problem remains. These devices continue to be smuggled into inmates through various channels. Prison security depends on complete awareness of all activities involving inmates. Mobile devices are now so sophisticated that they can transmit images, video, data, conversations from inside your facility, allowing inmates a two-way communication to continue criminal activity without the knowledge of prison staff. Traditional methods of search can be costly and time-consuming, and random searches for mobile devices are necessarily hit or miss. A more robust solution is required. It’s advanced technology to detect contraband mobile cellular devices.
Finding a solution that can quickly and easily detect and locate cellular devices
Cellbusters latest product – The Zone Detector.
The Zone Detector uses Active Monitoring Technology and Detector View software. The combination gives you the tools to detect mobile devices, track their location, monitor their use, and protect your environment. Using this leading-edge technology, you’ll have complete awareness of threats in real time.
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