Correctional News spoke with David Warren, president of Decatur, Ala.-based iWebVisit.com, about the company’s video visitation systems and what corrections staff should consider when implementing new technologies at their facilities.Read more
GTL’s video visitation allows inmates to participate in family life, even if they cannot be with their loved ones in person.Read more
Cortech Correctional Technologies Inc. offers the RazorBack chair, designed to withstand the heavy use and physical abuse common in correctional settings, according to the company. The chair weighs 8 pounds and features a muscle-back leg design and structural span that provide reinforcement and an ergonomic design. The stackable, CAL-133-compliant chairs are constructed from a one-piece, no-break material that is flame-retardant. Chairs are available with glide, bolt-down or non-skid leg configurations.Read more
The pedestal table from Peterson Detention Inc. features 14-gauge stainless steel seat tops supported by individual tube pedestals. Unit framing is powder coated and can be color finished to specification. The table is available in a knockdown version designed for easy storage, and PDI provides standard seating configurations up to a 10-person capacity. Custom configurations are also available.
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Norix Group’s line of dormitory furniture for the corrections industry, Attenda, is molded in high-impact, fire-retardant polyethylene. Each piece of furniture is filled with polyurethane foam for durability and sound absorption, and features seamless construction with rounded corners for increased safety.
The product line is designed to be attached flush to the wall or floor, limiting the ability to hide contraband or tie-off clothing or sheets.Read more