Mobile Video Visitation Station
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Mobile Inmate Video Visitation Station at Naples Jail in Collier County, Florida
The new standard in mobile visitation stations; heavy gage steel cabinet on lockable urethane wheels provide the security and mobility needed in correctional facilities where space and/or the movement of inmates is not warranted.
Strikeís Mobile Visitation Station is specifically built for the corrections environment. The unit is black powder coated, constructed of 14-gauge steel and has a large polycarbonate window that can be left clear or masked to match the size of the viewing opening to the size of the equipment selected. The unit has heavy-duty locking casters for easy mobility allowing it to be moved from one area to another and then locked in place when in use or placed in storage. Louvered panels on the top and bottom provide air flow through the unit. A removable side panel, along with a removable viewing screen panel, allows access to the equipment. Security screws are used throughout to eliminate unauthorized access.
An included bolt-on shelf can be mounted to the front to allow a place for inmates to sign documents or rest papers. Form meets functionality in the Mobile Corrections Video Station. The attention to detail and rugged construction means that you donít have to worry about the unit being destroyed in normal use. Welded panels and heavy-duty construction create a unit that can be used for years to come.
The Industry's First Completely Wireless Mobile Inmate Video Visitation Station!
Strike Industries, Inc. recently introduced the latest in its wireless mobile visitation stations for both analog and digital visitation systems. By providing a wireless link and integrated battery subsystem and back-up, the new mobile visitation station has become a truly wireless solution. Simply unplug the unit from the power source and roll the unit over to the inmate and visitation can begin, providing 12 hours of airtime without any external cable connections. The first unit was installed at the Naples Jail Medical Center in Collier County Florida where it is integrated with the Inmate Video Visitation System. The unit also supports inmate access by the Public Defender's Office for remote video consultation services within the same system.
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