Sudbury, MA (PRWEB) December 02, 2014
The TT2500 allows participants enrolled in the Parole and Probation program to enter the facility for their routine alcohol screen and complete the test in as little as 15 seconds. The TruTouch technology employs a non-invasive, optically based sensor that uses light through the skin to measure and quantify blood alcohol content while simultaneously verifying user identity with biometrics. This new technology allows criminal justice and workplace facilities to screen for alcohol on a frequent basis, eliminating the harmful effects of alcohol in their facilities. Thus, they are able to create a truly effective alcohol deterrence solution. Through clinical testing and other customer deployments, TruTouch has demonstrated highly accurate and reliable alcohol detection measurements.
Linda Rankin, Director, Salvation Army Correctional Facility Stated:
“The TT2500 has been instrumental in eliminating wait times for our participants by providing alcohol screening results in seconds in a completely self-administered test. This has been a huge asset and time saver for our staff as well. The device is user friendly, has produced accurate results and has truly benefited the rehabilitation of participants in our program.”
The TT2500 has been deployed throughout many facets of the criminal justice market such as work release programs, probation and parole departments and DUI programs. The benefits of the near-infrared sensor include self-administered testing, results in just 15 seconds and TTReportTM, a software platform that provides an up to the minute state of alcohol in an organization.
“We are excited to see the Salvation Army adopt the TT2500 into their Probation Department and look forward to expanding the use throughout other similar locations across the US. The TT2500 is ideal for any organization or company that has a need to implement a robust alcohol deterrence policy across their entire enterprise,” said Bruce Berger, President and CEO of TruTouch Technologies.
TruTouch Technologies, Inc. Contact: Spencer Honeyman Spencer(dot)Honeyman(at)tttinc(dot)com
COMPANY DESCRIPTION: TruTouch Technologies
TruTouch Technologies, Inc. develops, manufactures and sells patented noninvasive alcohol detection and biometric testing systems which provide companies with the only realistic, truly effective, non-invasive alcohol deterrent system available for daily use. Inspired by the potential to place its passive, durable systems virtually anywhere, TruTouch’s vision is to create a world where alcohol consumption is routinely intercepted before it does harm. The TruTouch 2500 workplace alcohol detection device is detects alcohol concentration by directly measuring alcohol levels through the skin using a safe infrared light and an optical touch pad. The device also features biometric capability to verify user identity and ensure the integrity of the testing process. The TruTouch 2500 is targeted for commercialization in workplace as a preliminary screening tool in safety sensitive environments.
TruTouch systems can be seamlessly incorporated into workflow and reporting tools allowing management of networked and multi-site installations. The resulting reports generate integrated testing records that are not readily available from other alcohol testing approaches.
For more information please visit http://www.tttinc.com
COMPANY DESCRIPTION: Salvation Army Corrections Department
The Salvation Army has monitored the Misdemeanor Probation Department for Marion County since 1977. Along with supervision of the probationers, we provide Drug/Alcohol Screening, Community Service Placement, Pre-Trial Intervention, DUI Court, Electronic Monitoring, Truancy Court, Work Gang Program, Work Release Program and Victims Impact Panel. We also provide Substance Abuse Classes and Shoplifters Classes at our facility for the defendants. Our goal is to help the probationers successfully complete their probation sentence and to help to rehabilitate them to become productive citizens in the community.