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Dolores Wellisch
Hauppauge, N.Y.-headquartered Vicon Industries Inc., designer and manufacturer of video surveillance and access control software, hardware and components, announced that Dolores Wellisch will lead Vicon’s corporate marketing efforts as the company’s newly appointed director of marketing.

Cory Paterson
Tindall Corporation, a manufacturer of precast concrete based in Spartanburg, S.C., announced the return of Cory Paterson to its team in the role of technical sales, business development.



Remote Controlled Lockdown Function
The R. R. Brink Locking Systems (RRBLS) Model 5020 electromechanical lock is widely used in today’s jails and prisons for remote control of swinging cell and corridor doors.

Paging Adapter
The PA-IP is a paging adapter that interfaces directly with hosted and on-premise VoIP SIP phone systems.  


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Next-Generation Jails Break the Cycles of Incarceration
 Last year, studies from the National Association of Counties indicated that 64 percent of jail inmates have mental health issues. Unfortunately, the design of existing jail facilities do not adequately house, let alone treat, those with mental illness.


Q&A: Treatment-Based Design Isn’t Just Business, It’s Personal
Terms like “treatment-based design” are part of the everyday parlance of those who work within the corrections eco-system. For some, it’s mere jargon; for others, it’s a philosophy.



WASHINGTON — Private prisons have been on the chopping block ever since the U.S. Department of Justice’s Office of the Inspector General deemed private prisons less safe and effective than prisons run by the government in a report released last year.

BERGEN, Norway — Watch out Ikea! Some young Norwegians are making headway with a captive audience that the popular furniture empire has yet to consider — inmates.
GTL Tests VR Platform with Inmate Control Group
RESTON, Va. — Virtual reality continues to make its way into the corrections market, despite pushback from officials who see VR as a form of entertainment rather than therapy.


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