Chicago, Illinois (PRWEB) October 31, 2013
Scott Ortolani, Director of Service, sold and installed the system in October of this year. George Brown, CEO, explains, “ConPASS is designed to see entirely through the body thus allowing corrections personnel to detect dangerous contraband hidden in body cavities. The technology minimizes the need for strip searches while providing an effective method for detecting drugs and weapons without physical searches.”
NOVA specializes in contraband detection and less lethal solutions for jails, prisons and courts. The company recently released the NOVA 5-Shot Stun Gun for sale in the international market. See our website (novasg.com) for further information.
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