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GUARDIAN RFID is the platform for plough horses looking to work with unrivaled speed and efficiency

There’s no other way I’d rather work. GUARDIAN RFID saves me hours of manual logging and radio traffic every shift.

Corporal Don Lemon
Denton County Sheriff's Office
Denton, Texas

You are on the front lines. Command, control, and lead.

Corrections professionals have tremendous responsibilities and face great adversity. Let GUARDIAN RFID help you save time and work smarter.

Leverage the Weapon of Mass Data Collection.

Scan, swipe, and sync. Take full control of your responsibilities with consistent execution and efficiency with the most capable mobile platform in corrections.

Protect yourself with records that demonstrate compliance and maximize your defensibility.

Use Mobile Command to capture security rounds, inmate interactions, movements, headcounts, and more to maximize defensibility and mitigate risk -- at the point of responsibility.

Take the guess work out of your security round compliance.

Know precisely how much time is remaining between your security rounds in real-time. Get audible and visual alerts, and see your individual and shift’s security round performance on any device, computer, or TV.

Verify you have the right inmate at the right moment. Everytime.

GUARDIAN RFID integrates mugshots and a wealth of security data about each inmate from your jail management system, including keep separates and inmate restrictions. Scan an inmate’s RFID wristband or RFID card for electronic identification during movements, razor passes, programs attendance, headcounts, meal offerings, and more.


Data creates defensibility. Data fuels insight. See how Jail Administrators and Wardens use GUARDIAN RFID.

Meeker Co. Jail captures an average of 512 Logs per inmate every week

Meeker Co. Jail a 30-bed jail in (Litchfield, Minnesota) records a whopping 512 logs per inmate, per week.

Polk Co. Sheriff’s Office captures over 42 million logs for defensibility and compliance.

Polk Co. Sheriff’s Office holds 3,285 inmates daily in its three primary detention facilities in Central Florida, capturing 42,442,265 million logs in 12 months to automate its compliance with Florida Model Jail Standards.

Hall Co. DOC has achieved a decade of compliance.

Hall Co. Department of Corrections (Grand Island, Nebraska) has maintained a decade of compliance with Nebraska Jail Standards since its deployment in 2007.