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Juvenile detention centers operate similarly to prisons and jails. As such, their security systems must mimic a typical correctional facility. Accurate Controls' non-proprietary security systems provide proven technology and offer easy-to-operate touch-screen capability, architectural flexibility and added security for the juvenile detention market.
From one central location, with a touch of the computer, system operators can control exterior doors, access controls, duress alarms, surveillance cameras, intercoms, paging systems and more. By integrating a number of modules – door control monitoring, access control, intercom and paging, fire and duress alarms, video surveillance, video visitation and arraignment, and closed-circuit television (CCTV) – juvenile detention centers are more secure and efficient.
Save Time, Labor and Money
Accurate Controls' integrated security systems help prisons accomplish more in less time. For instance, video visitation and arraignment technology allow juveniles to proceed with court procedures while they remain in detention. This allows juveniles to not only be present during arraignment and proceedings via video feed, but also allows them and their attorneys to officially sign court documents without leaving the facility – saving time and money.
UL Listed and Non-proprietary
Accurate Controls' systems are UL (Underwriters Laboratories Inc.) labeled for safety and use only non-proprietary technology. The systems can be used to integrate independent systems already in place. Or, Accurate Controls can develop a custom-designed security system to meet specific needs. All systems are easily maintained and operated, cost-effective and architecturally open ended, meaning they can be expanded upon in the future.
Our automated security systems are backed by a one year limited parts and labor warranty – among the best in the business!
Installation & Service
Since Accurate Controls institutional security systems are completely non-proprietary, third-party electricians are capable of installing the systems, or Accurate Controls can install the systems. That decision is completely up to the purchasing facility/owner. The same holds true for servicing or making future changes to the non-proprietary system.