In Ridgeville, SC and prisons across the US, security measures are reaching new heights. Director Bryan Stirling said, “As folks think of new and innovative ways to get contraband in we will have countermeasures to try to stop that.”
Whether it’s cell phones, illicit drugs, cigarettes, or other prohibited items, contraband among prisoners nationwide remains a constant test for correctional officers.
Contraband Prevention Netting Systems offer a great way to deter, mitigate, or stop the delivery of contraband entering into prisons, jails, and detention centers via “toss overs” by creating a see-through barrier between the outside world and the inside of the prison fence.
The netting we use is:
Additionally, overhead contraband netting helps deter the use of drones from being able to access prison yards and drop contraband to prisoners below.
“Contraband cellphones are a significant security threat that makes possible the type of illegal activity that leads to criminal conspiracies between people inside our correctional environment and those on the outside,” TDOC Commissioner Tony Parker said in a media release.