Jackson, Donny
August 2010
Urgent Communications;Aug2010, Vol. 28 Issue 8, p42
Trade Publication
The article focuses on prisoners' use of wireless technology as a tool to communicate with those outside the correctional facilities. According to the article, prisoners are using contraband device without the limitations and nuisances associated with conversations conducted on a prison landline telephone that is monitored at all times. It provides some high-profile examples of the problem. It cites a law that prohibits state and local agencies from installing hamming equipment of any kind.


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