Designing for Today and Tomorrow

By Matthew Crawford
(03/01/2006)
Corrections Architect Roger Lichtman Questions the Role of Corrections

Measuring Security


(01/08/2006)
For nearly 15 years, TJ Rogers has served security and communications system needs at correctional facilities. As president of Accurate Controls, a company started by his father in 1982, Rogers has his finger on the pulse of a constantly changing aspect of the corrections industry. During a phone interview with Correctional News he addressed current security and communications system trends, the future of the industry and challenges that facility operators face when integrating new systems into old facilities.

Saving with Waste

By Matthew Crawford
(12/09/2005)
Jim Marion discusses waste reduction systems that can save millions at jails and prisons

Correctional Health Care Is Community Health Care

By Alexa K. Apallas
(12/09/2005)
Dr. Todd Wilcox discusses correctional health care's growing role in U.S. society.

CCA Builds on Construction Services

By Joe De Patta
(12/09/2005)

Q&A: Bob Ellis, Engineered Control Systems Inc.

By Morgan Jones
(12/09/2005)
Bob Ellis is president of Engieered Control Systems, which was founded 10 years ago and is based in Spokane, Wash. He talks about Enterprise, smart smoke detectors, IP video, digital intercoms and how touch screens differ from industrial touch panels.

Comprehensive Systems

By Joe De Patta
(12/09/2005)
Ed Spooner responds to questions regarding security electronics.

Cutting the Tech Edge without Bleeding

By Morgan Jones
(12/09/2005)
How to sharpen your skills when hiring technology consultants, choosing new equipment, or installing perimeter security fences.