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June 2011 - National Jail Exchange

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    A Technological Approach to Inmate Searches

    Court rulings on strip searches over the past 20 years have limited the ability of jails to perform these searches of arrestees and inmat es being housed, and the financial penalties for violations have strongly encouraged jails across the country to comply with the decisions made by the courts. In early 2010 the Sedgwick County Detention Facility took steps to make searches of arrestees and inmates more effective without violating the law. The installation of new backscatter x-ray technology, similar...
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