Saturday, October 13, 2012

Contraband Cellphones Found in Enid, OK Facility

In Enid, Oklahoma, it was reported that three female jail administrators were charged with felonies, including bringing contraband cellphones into the prison where they were being housed.  Each of the three also admitted to having relationships with inmates.

The cellphones were found when a search was conducted on the 7th of September.  

The guards were undetected in their criminal activity because they cooperated with one another, corrupting cameras inside the facility and flashing lights as warnings.  

Illegal cellphones in prisons has become an increasing problem in the correctional industry. works with prisons worldwide to deliver solutions that detect, control and block/jam contraband cellphones in jails.


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