Video Visitation System

Primonics Inc.'s TeleCorrections video visitation system was specifically designed for correctional facilities.

Crime Reporting Phone App

iThinQware Inc., creators of the iWatch Mobile App Suite, released the iWatch version 5.0, ideal for law enforcement organizations and sheriff offices.

Turnkey Digital Music Player

JPay Inc. recently introduced the JP3, a digital music player and FM radio capable of receiving eMessages and attached photos, and playing games like Tetris.

Page-Zone Expander

Harding Instruments manufactures the PZE-110 page zone expander, a 1U rackmount unit that complements the company's DXL digital intercom system.

Command Center

Norment Security Group offers electronic security products to create custom command centers for correctional facilities.

Intercom System

The TMM-441 Touchscreen Master Module from Harding Instruments was designed for use with the company’s DXI and DXL correctional intercom systems.

Touch-Screen Upgrades

Etech expanded its Secure-Tech detention product line with new pluggable touchscreen upgrades for Secure-Tech brand hardwired intercom and door systems.

Cell Phone Forensics

Micro Systemation introduces the Field Version 2, a secure cell phone forensic work tool for law enforcement agents performing crime-scene investigations.

Video Visitation Software

Renovo’s VisManage 4.5 software solution is designed to schedule, automate, manage and report on visitation procedures. The browser-based program supports online scheduling of inmate visitations to streamline operations for corrections staff and the public, according to the company.

Intercom

Etech Controls Corp. offers medical staff a way to check on inmate patients using an audio and visual intercom system. A panel in the hallway features an intercom that is linked to the cell, shower or bathroom and the conversation is linked to the nurse’s station. Inside the cell, the inmate has an intercom for audio communication and an optional LED control pane for visual observation. Outside the cell, the staff member can arm the system with a key, turning on an emergency push button in the cell. Upon leaving the cell, the emergency push button is disarmed and each visit is recorded. It also has a key-operated option for the shower and toilet control.