The implementation and rollout of GUARDIAN RFID is arguably the fastest, easiest project that I’ve been a part of in the last 15 years.Jim Ward, IT DirectorDenton County Sheriff's OfficeDenton , Texas
Leverage the power of RFID + Cloud + Mobile for your jail operations.
Streamline your inmate management with technology that’s simple, powerful, and fast to deploy.
Deploy with CJIS confidence.
Every GUARDIAN RFID Team Member with access to Criminal Justice Information (CJI) is required to maintain CJIS compliance. GUARDIAN RFID can also provide an attestation for any end user upon request.
Security and encryption.
The GUARDIAN RFID Cloud maintains industry-leading security practices, and includes 256-bit SSL encryption, 2048-bit root.
Integration support for your enterprise systems.
GUARDIAN RFID supports integration with jail management, offender management, and case management systems, as well as electronic medical records (EMR) and electronic health records (EHR) systems, and other third party software, such as Microsoft Active Directory.
Unlimited cloud storage with data backups.
GUARDIAN RFID delivers unlimited Cloud storage with automated data backups of your data. Unlimited storage and data backups are covered by your annual System Renewal Fee.
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.