NON-CONTACT VISIT SYSTEM
Jacques Non-Contact Visits System (NCV) allows prison visitors to communicate with individual inmates with no physical contact. Separated by a glass or perspex barrier, visitors and inmates can communicate using a pair of intercom terminals (hands-free or handset options available) on either side, without physical contact. The system simultaneously records all conversations between visitors, inmates and operators.
Communication over intercom booth pairs are supervised using the Non-Contact Visits System graphical user interface (GUI) ensuring ultimate call control and flexibility. The NCV GUI also facilitates group or single endpoint public address announcements, intrusion and instant playback of recorded audio files and call monitoring from any master station within the network, ensuring a cooperative prisoner visiting environment.
CONTACT VISIT SYSTEM
The Jacques Contact Visit Systems allows for the covert monitoring of prisoner communication discretely from within a common environment. In prisoner communal seating areas such as the mess hall or in public and prisoner meeting rooms (allowing contact) monitoring, intruding in on and the recording of conversations between parties may be required. Often covert monitoring devices are concealed within each table and perform ‘listening’ functions.
Management of the CV system is via a dedicated Contact Visits system Graphical User Interface (CV GUI) and is used by the supervising authority to perform various covert monitoring functions including monitoring/listening.