In 2013, the FCC declared putting an end to illegal cellphone use in prisons a priority. However, none of the previously evaluated technologies meet the Bureau of Prison requirements. The requirements are:
Therefore, this problem continues and armed with illegal cell phone access, inmates participate in criminal deeds from inside their cell, including threatening witnesses and victims, trafficking drugs, managing criminal enterprises, and coordinating cross-facility gang activity. Wardens are left to fight the losing battle of manually trying to prevent contraband cell phones and the safety risk remains.
We are not aware of any specific issues or problems related to SafeCell as of July 2023. However, we can provide you with a generic overview of potential problems that companies like SafeCell, which might be involved in the cell phone or technology industry in general, could face:
To address these potential problems, SafeCell has implemented strong quality control measures, has and continues to invest in cybersecurity, stays innovative, and adapts quickly to changing market dynamics. Additionally, SafeCell stays informed about regulatory changes and prioritizes customer satisfaction to continue to build a strong and resilient business.