ODSecurity Sells First-Ever Body Scanner Into Dominican Republic Prisons

Netherlands based, ODSecurity announces the sale and installation of their Soter RS body scanner into Las Parras Correction and Rehabilitation Centre, commonly known as “La Nueva Victoria” in Guerra, in the Dominican Republic. The installation, the first of its kind in the Dominican Republic, was part of a tender alongside OD’s partner for this contract, … More ODSecurity Sells First-Ever Body Scanner Into Dominican Republic Prisons

Reasons to Choose Soter – The Full Body Security Scanning System – Over Any Other on Today’s Market

The Soter Full Body Scanner sets itself apart from any other Full Body Security Scanning system out there in the market. Read these 9 main reasons why the Soter System is the best answer for your facility, down below. 1. EAGLE EYE DETECTION The Soter has a 100% detection rate. If it shouldn’t be inside … More Reasons to Choose Soter – The Full Body Security Scanning System – Over Any Other on Today’s Market

Protecting Prisoners, Prison Staff and Visitors from COVID-19

The world is currently facing an unprecedented challenge in dealing with the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic. The World Health Organization’s prevention advice is simple; wash your hands, cough into your elbow, avoid touching your face, distance yourself at least one and a half metres from another person and if you feel unwell, stay at home. Above … More Protecting Prisoners, Prison Staff and Visitors from COVID-19

South Carolina Department of Corrections Installs 18 Soter RS Body Scanners in their Facilities

ODSECURITY and ODSECURITY North America have recently finished installing Soter RS Body Scanners into 18 different sites within South Carolina Department of Corrections. In this installation, each of the 18 SOTER RS Body scanners are connected to one central data base. This advanced database allows for the subjects identity to be verified by either an … More South Carolina Department of Corrections Installs 18 Soter RS Body Scanners in their Facilities

ODSecurity Announce New Contract of SOTER Body Scanner to Chilean Customs

ODSecurity have today announced a new contract to supply an unspecified number of their SOTER RS Body Scanner to Chilean Customs The SOTER RS will increase the level of security operations for Chilean Customs not previously possible using conventional metal detectors.  Non-metallic objects hidden under clothes, in natural cavities or within the human body cannot … More ODSecurity Announce New Contract of SOTER Body Scanner to Chilean Customs

Could New Zealand’s Department of Corrections be a Blueprint for Worldwide Prison Authorities?

In a world where prisoners riot due to privileges being withdrawn, (Tobacco in UK prisons in July 2017), prison officers protest and strike over staffing levels, overcrowding and violent prisoners, (France in January 2018), and where rival gangs in prisons are slaughtering each other, (Brazil in January 2018), the New Zealand Corrections Department has managed … More Could New Zealand’s Department of Corrections be a Blueprint for Worldwide Prison Authorities?

Body Scanner: High-Tech Search For Contraband

CELINA, USA – Before being processed through intake at the Mercer County jail, all incoming inmates are screened for contraband hidden inside or upon them with a new full-body scanner that debuted on Nov. 22. County commissioners last year approved sheriff Jeff Grey’s request to purchase the system for $118,750 plus an extended warranty for … More Body Scanner: High-Tech Search For Contraband

Prison Authorities in Canada Release Remarkable Body Scanner Results

Stopping drugs entering prisons is one of the hottest subjects around, the world over.  Pick up any paper, “google search” or simply watch the news, and every day, somewhere in the world, you will find that drugs in prisons are causing a multitude of issues; be that rioting, gang related crime or the death of an … More Prison Authorities in Canada Release Remarkable Body Scanner Results

IOWA Prisons Prepare as Opioid Epidemic Increase

Iowa’s Department of Corrections is preparing for a possible increase in the number of inmates infected with HIV and hepatitis C because of the opioid epidemic, an outcome that could put pressure on an already cash-strapped system. State public health officials say they have yet to link any new HIV infections to opioid use, but … More IOWA Prisons Prepare as Opioid Epidemic Increase