GUARDIAN RFID has totally transformed the way we do business in the first 30 days alone.Chief Barry CaverDenton County Sheriff's OfficeDenton, Texas
Make every team member faster, smarter, and more productive.
Maximize compliance with jail standards, PREA, and ACA accreditation, and streamline your inmate management with technology that’s simple, powerful, and fully customizable.
Access your data on your terms.
Securely access your GUARDIAN RFID data on any device, from any location. Run real-time and historical reports by inmate name, location, staff member, keyword, dates/times, and much more. Schedule reports to be auto-emailed to supervisors.
Mobility so good you’ll recruit and retain without challenge.
Work with lightning speed and precision. Deploy corrections most capable, durable weapon of mass data collection, SPARTAN. Powered by Android.
Gain complete, measurable performance metrics.
Manage and view security round performance. Watch real-time headcounts and identify bottlenecks and time to completion. Confirm policy and procedure execution.
Goodbye paper logs. Hello mobile whiteboards.
“With GUARDIAN RFID, we log cell checks, blood sugar checks, med passes, everything. We don’t have to track paper or decipher staff handwriting anymore.”
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.