In this DEC Roundtable, Correctional News spoke with industry experts to get a pulse on the current DEC market and what the future holds.Read more
A year ago, Montgomery Technology Systems LLC (MTS), a subsidiary of Montgomery Technology Inc. (MTI), announced that it was getting into the DEC business.Read more
ORANGE COUNTY, N.C. — Orange County recently selected Moseley Architects of Charlotte, N.C., to design the new Orange County Detention Facility. The new jail aims to improve both energy efficiency and mental health care for inmates.
While design is still in its earliest phases, the new jail will likely include a number of sustainable features and cost approximately $20 million. It will replace the current Orange County Jail, which was originally constructed in 1925.Read more
Arizona State Forensic Hospital Delivers on Design and TreatmentRead more
uVera Diagnostics recently introduced the CR3 Keyless Split Sample Cup. The new drug screening specimen cup is easy to use for both genders, according to the company. The cup opens at an angle with a snap-secure lid, and a non-reversible sample split device at the bottom, preserving the rest of the sample for additional testing, if necessary.Read more
Trussbilt announces the addition of a wood grain finish option for its security hollow metal products. For use in areas where aesthetics are important, such as courthouses and administrative spaces, the finish combines the look of a wood door with the safety of security steel. The wood grain option is part of Trussbilt’s portfolio of finish options, which includes anti-microbial, anti-graffiti, and sound-deadening paint finishes as well as the InvisiJoint finish system, which “erases” seams between TrussWall panels.Read more