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Solar panel systems proved to be an alternative of electricity in way-off areas. May 29, 2017 550
A primary care telehealth experience in a US Army correctional facility in Germany. Swift, Christian; Cain, Steven M.; Needham, Michael Jan 1, 2016 2865
Fla. Jail achieves cost savings with ACA online training. Geiman, Diane Mar 1, 2014 879
The Kentucky department of corrections' electronic file program: streamlining the accreditation process. Dunn, John Feb 1, 2012 2032
Correctional training and technology: keys to the future. Atherton, Eugene; Sheldon, Paul Jan 1, 2012 2437
Rhode Island streamlines with electronic health records. Marocco, Joseph R.; Mareussen, Pauline M. Feb 1, 2010 1490
Approach with caution: how to successfully implement new correctional technology. Upchurch, James R. Essay Aug 1, 2009 2497
Radio frequency technologies in the corrections arena. Drumm, Richard; Brooks, Burt Essay Aug 1, 2009 1693
Using technology to monitor offenders: a community corrections perspective. DeMichele, Matthew; Payne, Brian Aug 1, 2009 2583
Developing testing methodology for the use of noninvasive whole body scanners. Ely, John A.; Craig, Todd Essay Aug 1, 2009 2468
NIJ's technology assistance for corrections. Atherton, Gene; Russo, Joe Aug 1, 2009 1703
The darker side of mobile technology. Mahan, Jim; Diaz, Ozzie Essay Aug 1, 2009 1883
Legal issues arise when corrections adopts technology. Rosenblatt, Richard B. Essay Aug 1, 2009 1299
NIJ tests new technologies. Harne, Jack; Scott, Frances Aug 1, 2009 1392
Correctional security technology: catch the wave. Scism, Bill Aug 1, 2009 1005
Why corrections should clear the hurdles. Stevenson, Ben; Carrio, Daedra Apr 1, 2009 2015
Harris County tests immigration database. Gormsen, Lia Brief article Dec 1, 2008 151
Data-driven management systems improve safety and accountability in New York City jails. Horn, Martin F. Oct 1, 2008 2427
Security in the round. Saunders, Mark H. Oct 1, 2008 1933
0100101101011001: Kentucky goes binary. Haas, Scott A. Oct 1, 2007 1641
The practical limitations and positive potential of electronic monitoring. Gable, Robert S.; Gable, Kirkland R. Table Sep 1, 2007 4937
Collaborative innovations will lead corrections into the future. Barte, F. Wayne Oct 1, 2006 739
Security is the number one job in corrections: how well-trained is your staff? Brooks, Tonya M. Oct 1, 2006 727
The emergence of global positioning satellite (GPS) systems in correctional applications. Downing, Hugh Oct 1, 2006 2681
Biometric technology is featured at the 2006 Mock Prison Riot. McLaughlin, Tom Oct 1, 2006 1345
Old technology becoming new. Evans, Edward Aug 1, 2006 875
DOC rolls out new technology. Pilkington, Steve Brief article Apr 1, 2006 269
Using investigative surveillance technology in correctional institutions. Rulo, Michael L. Jul 1, 2005 1741
High-tech prisons: latest technologies drive cost savings and staff efficiencies. Goodale, Jeff; Menzel, Dave; Hodgson, Glen Jul 1, 2005 2009
Design considerations for new facilities: integrating new and emerging technologies. Box, William; Renfrow, Nolin Jul 1, 2005 2201
Merging history and technology. Gondles, James A., Jr. Editorial Jul 1, 2005 583
The evolution of corrections technology. Renfrow, Nolin Jul 1, 2005 642
Changing directions. Peguese, James V. Jul 1, 2005 1391
Security and technology: the past 30 years. Zelenak, Anthony; Goff, H. Buford, Jr. Jul 1, 2005 2816
Mapping and corrections: management of offenders with geographic information systems. Karuppannan, Jaishankar Jan 1, 2005 4807
Security and technology--the human side. Mahaffey, Debbie Jul 1, 2004 665
Exploring blended touch-screen and graphic panel control systems. Ross, Richard; Buursma, William Jul 1, 2004 1612
Technology that works: an overview of the Supervision and Management Automated Record Tracking (SMART) application. Lu, Frank; Wolfe, Laurence Jul 1, 2004 2402
Developing a vulnerability-assessment process for corrections. Turner, Allan Jul 1, 2003 876
Minnesota implements Controlled Access Tracking System. Crist, David Jul 1, 2003 1788
The BOP's videoconferencing network: a cost-effective way of doing business. Palmquist, Robert J.; Mahan, Jim Jul 1, 2003 2004
Biometrics in corrections: current and future deployment. Turner, Allan Jul 1, 2003 1644
Counting with fingers. Lewis, Becky Jun 1, 2003 1675
Making prisons safer through technology. Hart, Sarah V. Apr 1, 2003 1565
Illinois technology improves security and reduces staff in two Illinois prisons. Burdett, Gary; Retford, Mike Apr 1, 2003 1290
Sensor fence: a new approach to large-perimeter security. Mazzara, Andrew F.; Swanson, David C.; Nicholas, Nicholas C. Feb 1, 2003 1218
Electronic supervision: from decision-making to implementation. (Technology Update). Crowe, Ann H. Aug 1, 2002 1507
The GENIE system. Geiger, Doreen; Shea, Mark Jul 1, 1997 1377
Ontario changes direction. Evans, Donald G. Feb 1, 1996 1077
Corrections security: using advanced technology to make our jobs easier. Parrish, David M. Jul 1, 1994 357
Using high-tech advances to enhance staff efficiency. White, Barry; Hill, Paul T. Jul 1, 1994 1041

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