Corrisoft Assigned Kentucky Department of Corrections Contract

LEXINGTON, KY – (April, 2015) Lexington-based software and services company Corrisoft has been chosen to directly service the Kentucky Department of Corrections (DOC) contract supporting over 200 participants and more than 600 probation and parole officers throughout the state of Kentucky. The 18-month, exclusive contract commenced on January 1.

Corrisoft will provide RF and GPS tracking devices to support home incarceration and electronic monitoring services for the Division of Probation and Parole.

“We are pleased to support the state of Kentucky’s efforts to manage offenders and support their monitoring and integration back into society,” said Corrisoft President Bill Johnson.

Corrisoft offers multiple solutions for the corrections industry, including state-of-the-art electronic monitoring, innovative software and support services for ex-offenders re-entering society. Corrisoft’s AIR (Alternative to Incarceration via Rehabilitation) platform uses a GPSenabled smartphone to link offenders, supervising agency personnel and Corrisoft’s re-entry specialists via a small, secure AIR Connect bracelet that tethers the phone to the user. The state-of-the-art technology provides support services for offenders while increasing accountability as they re-enter society after incarceration. AIR Connect provides constant contact with participants via voice, text or email.

Participants can also access vetted resources on employment, behavioral health, education, transportation and housing – all from their smartphone. Corrisoft’s system has been credited
with reducing crime rates and saving governments millions of dollars while helping keep residents safe.

About Corrisoft
Based in Lexington, Ky., Corrisoft is a software and services company supporting the corrections industry. Its technology, services and products provide sophisticated monitoring and mentoring for former inmates who are re-entering society after incarceration. Corrisoft’s dedicated team aims to shift the corrections paradigm through hard work and innovation. The company is currently active in 35 states plus the Virgin Islands and Mexico.
Media contact:
Chas Jordan 859-685-4069

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