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RFID Wristbands

RFID Wristbands

RFID Inmate Identification Wristbands

The most advanced method of automatic identification with unmatched processing features

PDC revolutionary Clincher® Radio Frequency Identification (RFID) Wristbands bring an advanced level of identification and tracking to correctional and law enforcement facilities. RFID wristbands contain a microchip and antenna, which allow information to be written to and retrieved by RFID scanners. The system provides one of today’s most advanced methods of automatic identification. 

Read our press release to learn how Hardin County Jail used Clincher RFID Wristbands and the GUARDIAN® RFID Corrections System from Codex Corp. to achieve defensible regulatory compliance by automatically tracking point-of-contact interactions between detainees and correctional officers. 
 
Contact us today at 800.838.3683 to learn more about Clincher RFID Wristbands.
 

Clincher RFID Wristbands Key Benefits

  • Identification is non-transferable and securely worn on the inmate at all times (unlike badges)
  • Enhanced security and data capture reliability
  • Positive inmate identification
  • Unique RFID wristband identification mitigates counterfeiting and replication
  • Safer, more efficient cell checks, inmate transports, medication administration
  • More accurate data scans
  • Automate manual, paper-based processes
  • Increase personnel productivity
  • Increase inmate safety by documenting one-on-one contact with inmates for suicide prevention programs, drug prevention programs, medication administration, and more
  • No line-of-sight required
  • Helps prove regulatory compliance
  • Multiple applications are driven from a single data carrier

RFID Applications for Corrections

Inmate Identification
Classification
Head counts
Inmate transfers
Medication administration
Commissary account debiting
Point of contact compliance
Access control
Cell checks
Suicide prevention programs
Telephone access

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