GUARDIAN RFID announces two full deployments of its RFID Inmate Tracking System
GUARDIAN RFID recently announced that Bexar Co. Sheriff’s Office has fully deployed GUARDIAN RFID’s Inmate Tracking System for Bexar County’s Adult Detention Center and that Chatham Co. Sheriff’s Office has deployed the system for the Chatham Co. Detention Center in Savannah, Georgia.
Bexar Co. Adult Detention Center
Bexar Co. Adult Detention Center is digitally transforming their inmate management objectives with the Command & Control platform from GUARDIAN RFID to automate its inmate tracking, and security rounds including face-to-face cell checks, and other activity logging in real-time. The objective is to provide its frontline staff with better tools to demonstrate continuous compliance with Texas Jail Standards and the Sandra Bland Act, while providing supervisors and command staff real-time operational awareness.
Bexar County corrections deputies are using SPARTAN, the ultra-rugged Android from GUARDIAN RFID, running Mobile Command software. The jail deployed hardened RFID tags strategically located throughout their facility to automate a wide range of data collection and reporting logged at the point of responsibility.
The GUARDIAN RFID Cloud platform, OnDemand, will also help Bexar Co. corrections facility gain real-time situational awareness, monitor security round performance, and access activity streams and reporting tools from anywhere, while working with its current, homegrown jail management system. GUARDIAN RFID will deploy two-way integration with Tyler Technologies’ jail management system, Tyler Corrections, once live in 2023.
Sheriff Javier Salazar chose GUARDIAN RFID to efficiently unify Bexar County’s inmate management objectives. By deploying the Command & Control Platform, GUARDIAN RFID allows Bexar County deputies and staff to gain real-time actionable insights into the daily activities of the facility while keeping the inmates, staff, and facility safe and secure. GUARDIAN RFID replaced the county’s prior deployment of Guard1 by TimeKeeping Systems, Inc.
The deployment of GUARDIAN RFID and the forthcoming deployment of Tyler Corrections are parts of a multi-year, $20 million county justice information system modernization effort.
Bexar County is the 17th most populous county in the nation and the fourth most populated in Texas. Its county seat is San Antonio, which is the seventh largest city in the United States.
Chatham Co. Detention Center
Chatham Co. Detention Center is digitally transforming its inmate management objectives and streamlining its care, custody, and control mission-set for the nearly 2,000 inmates Chatham Co. holds daily.
Some of the jail’s most security critical workflows are now fully digitized, including security rounds, such as face-to-face cell checks, activity logging, and real-time inmate tracking powered by GUARDIAN RFID wristbands.
Chatham Co. corrections officers are using SPARTAN™, the ultra-rugged Android mobile device from GUARDIAN RFID, as well as hardened RFID tags strategically located throughout their facility to automate a wide range of data collection and reporting logged at the point of responsibility.
GUARDIAN RFID’s Cloud native software is delivering real-time situational awareness, monitoring security round performance, and making activity streams and reporting tools accessible from anywhere, while integrating with PHOENIX, Chatham Co.’s homegrown jail management system.
With GUARDIAN RFID fully deployed, Chatham Co. has eliminated its manual paper logs. GUARDIAN RFID also replaced the county’s recent deployment of Guard1 by TimeKeeping Systems, Inc.
Sheriff John Wilcher chose GUARDIAN RFID to efficiently unify Chatham County’s inmate management objectives. By deploying the Command & Control Platform, GUARDIAN RFID allows Chatham County correctional officers and its command leadership to gain real-time actionable insights into the daily activities of the facility while keeping the inmates, staff, and facility safe and secure.
Chatham Co. the fifth most populous county in Georgia, and the most populous Georgia county outside the Atlanta metropolitan area.