(PRWEB) October 14, 2013
Cellsense, the leading cell phone contraband detector for prisons, is proud to announce Platinum Corporate Partnership, the greatest level of support of the National Sheriffs’ Association.
Sheriffs and law enforcement professionals are dedicated to public safety including safety in prisons and jails. Inmates smuggle contraband cell phones to conduct illicit activities including intimidating witnesses, organizing crimes and plotting escapes from behind bars. “Cellsense detects all cell phones, even phones that are switched off or concealed in a body cavity” according to Pat Smith, spokesperson for Cellsense.
Smith says, “Cellsense is pleased to partner with the National Sheriffs’ Association in their mission to support law enforcement professionals. Sheriff Aaron Kennard, Executive Director of the National Sheriffs’ Association adds, “The partnership of Cellsense and the National Sheriffs’ Association furthers our shared goals of enhancing safety for law enforcement professionals and the general public.”
About the National Sheriffs’ Association
The National Sheriffs’ Association (NSA) is the one of the largest association of law enforcement professionals in the United States, representing more than 3,000 elected sheriffs across the nation, and a total membership of more than 20,000. NSA is a non-profit organization dedicated to raising the level of professionalism among sheriffs, their deputies, and others in the field of criminal justice and public safety. Throughout its seventy-year history, NSA has served as an information clearinghouse for sheriffs, deputies, chiefs of police, other law enforcement professionals, state governments and the federal government.
Cellsense is the cell phone and contraband detector for jail and prison safety. The full portable scanner can be used indoors or out, sets up in less than 30 seconds, and scans over 40 inmates per minute in a single walk-by. Cellsense detects all cell phones, even phones that are switched off or concealed. Cellsense protects correctional facilities, security personnel and the public around the world from the dangers of smuggled inmate cell phones and weapons.