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Dear CorrectionsOne Member,
Video-based intelligence is fast becoming a key component of correctional facility security.

In the right hands, drones can be a powerful asset to any correctional facility, enhancing perimeter security, tracking down inmate escapees and apprehending operators of contraband-smuggling drones. Inside correctional facilities, real-time video analytics provide new ways to identify inmate threats.

Our special coverage series — Video in Corrections: How Technology is Transforming Prison & Jail Operations — takes an in-depth look at how these and other video technologies are improving correctional facility operations.

Access the complete series here.
The CorrectionsOne Team
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