Trade Files: CellSense Covert and Efficient

By Lisa Kopochinski
(09/05/2012)
The illicit use of cellphones in American prisons — and worldwide — continues to be an ongoing problem, which impacts not only correctional staff, but the general public. With this type of contraband regularly used to threaten others, intimidate witnesses, organize crimes and plot escapes, a new detection technology was introduced two years ago that is gaining popularity due to its covert efficiency.

Illinois Seeks Equipment to Detect Illegal Phones


(01/25/2012)
Cell phones in prisons have been a controversial issue for quite some time, but the Illinois Department of Corrections is now requesting information from companies regarding equipment to detect illegal cell phone calls within the prison grounds.

CDCR's K-9s Fight Contraband in California

By Ahavah Revis
(05/23/2011)
As statewide K-9 coordinator for the Department of Corrections and Rehabilitation, Sergeant Wayne W. Conrad sits on the front line of California’s battle against contraband.