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Technology in Corrections - Tablets

  • A Tablet-Based Distance Learning Program Reaches Its Way Into Jail (2016)

    "America has the highest prison rates of any nation in the world, but we do a poor job at providing opportunities for prisoners to turn their lives

  • Pima County Introduces GTL Tablet Services to Inmates (2016)

    "RESTON, Va., June 7, 2016 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ -- Global Tel*Link (GTL), the leading provider of correctional technology solutions and an innov

  • Android in prisons: Meet the man who put Galaxy Tab S2s in Rikers Island (2016)

    "The concept is simple: Seed inmates with feature-limited Galaxy Tab S2s.

  • Company Offers Educational Tablets to Prisoners, with Mixed Results (2016)

    "Over the past several years Edovo tablets have been adopted in jails in Alabama, California and Pennsylvania, as well as facilities operated by th

  • The Wireless Prison: How Colorado’s tablet computer program misses opportunities and monetizes the poor (2017)

    "The Colorado Department of Corrections (DOC) is somewhat of an early adopter of emerging communications technology.

  • Tablet technology - Now Being Found in Strange Places (2017)

    "The U.S. Department of Education reports that state and local spending on prisons and jails in the U.S.

  • Why correctional facilities should consider tablets for inmates (2017)

    "For seasoned corrections officers, the notion of freely handing out expensive electronic tablet devices to an incarcerated population seems absolu

  • How tablets are helping us clean up our prison (2017)

    The debate over prison reform seems sharply divided between those who want to see stricter sentencing and harsher punishment and those who want to