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Zach Greene
ISI Security business branch PDI, manufacturer of custom fabrication of detention furniture and accessories, recently appointed Zach Greene as the new president for the company.





Diane Bruining
Diane Bruining has joined Viking Products Company, a manufacturer of corrections furniture and accessories, as the new marketing director.


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PRODUCTS



Portable Lighting System
Larson Electronics released its high-power light tower designed to provide full portability and standalone operation for applications where an external power source is impractical or unavailable.




Solar Powered Fence Detection System
The solar powered G-FENCE is Sorhea’s latest fence detection system.

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FEATURE

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Prior Makes Sense of Sustainable Design in Corrections
Beverly Prior, FAIA, LEED AP, is currently the civic and justice practice leader of San Francisco-based HMC+Beverly Prior Architects, which is a leading figure in the national architectural and justice community.


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Small County Hopes to Replace Aging Jail
QUINCY, Calif. — Plumas County Sheriff Greg Hagwood has been on a quest for a new jail since becoming interim sheriff in 2009.

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NEWS

CASTLE HAYNE, N.C. — The New Hanover County Jail is in the midst of installing solar panels in order to reduce energy costs at the facility. 

COLUMBIA, S.C. — South Carolina leaders are concerned about the safety of prison guards in their facilities, due to a chronically upside-down corrections budget.

New York Budget Proposal Includes Prison Closures
NEW YORK — New York Governor Andrew Cuomo’s new budget proposal recommends his state should close two correctional facilities because of a lack of cost effectiveness in their operations.


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