New Hampshire DOC Deploying Command Cloud Platform Statewide

GUARDIAN RFID announced on December 14 the New Hampshire Department of Corrections (NHDOC) has signed a multi-year agreement to rollout Command Cloud, the world’s first officer experience platform, in a statewide deployment to all NHDOC correctional facilities, correctional officers, and civilian employees.

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Maine Jail Law May Be Repealed

AUGUSTA, Maine — The future of a law aimed at easing prison overcrowding is uncertain after members of the Legislature’s Criminal Justice and Public Safety Committee were asked recently to repeal or change the legislation it endorsed two years ago.
The law, which consolidated county jails throughout the state, has not reduced costs and kept tax rates down as it promised, prompting calls for its repeal.
Under the law counties pay a capped amount to run their jails and the state pays the rest of the cost, but jail and

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Proposed Jail Building Plan Could Cost Fresno County $3 Billion

FRESNO, Calif. — County supervisors are examining funding alternatives for an overhaul of the jail system after consultants estimated the 3,000-bed replacement and expansion project could cost up to $3 billion.

A needs assessment and master plan, developed by Sacramento–based consultants Daniel Smith and Associates to solve the county’s short- and long-term jail needs, outlines the replacement of aging facilities and expansion of bed capacity.

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