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Fast, informative insight to supervise inmate populations of every size.

Guardian has assisted in taking rounds tracking from about a 75% success rate to over 90% success rate. It has also given us a way to successfully do headcounts and track inmate movements around the Jail.

Capt. Tyler Edwards
Douglas County Sheriff's Office
Knowledge is power. Know what inmates and staff are doing to ensure safety and security.

From automating your supervisory rounds to investigating inmate grievances, GUARDIAN RFID gives you a deep toolset and information you need to effectively lead your team.

Supervisory rounds for accountability.

Get real-time guidance for your cell check and security round performance from any device, anywhere, including tablets and Smart TVs. Receive audible and visual alerts, email notifications, and more.

View real-time activity feeds and digital whiteboards from anywhere.

Cloud-based activity feeds, dashboards, and monitoring tools deliver up-to-the-minute operational guidance.

Proactively manage and monitor staff performance.

Real-time and historical reporting enables you to measure and manage staff performance and productivity by date, time, shift, and more.

Make your platoon feel 3x bigger than it actually is.

Corrections' most powerful, capable mobile platform empowers your team members to eliminate paper logging, typing into your jail management, and relying on antiquated guard tour systems. Instead, automate a wide range of tasks inmate management tasks at the point of responsibility with blazing speed and efficiency.

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.