Laurel Co. Corrections (KY) is a Warrior | GUARDIAN RFID

For over 10 years, Jailer Jamie Mosley has made it his administration’s goal to ensure the health and well-being of each inmate every day. With the opening of the new Laurel Co. Jail in 2020, Mosley seized the opportunity to operationalize their vision and purpose, modernizing the way his team executes its care, custody, and control mission-set. Laurel Co. Jail is realizing digital transformation at speed, resulting in a single source of truth to protect the team and streamline workflows and communication, such as inmate tracking, headcounts, and cell checks, while integrating with their jail management system from JailTracker. Learn how facilities across the U.S. are digitally transforming with GUARDIAN RFID: Check out these helpful links to learn more about the Command & Control Platform: ►How to Deploy GUARDIAN RFID Article: ►5 Tips to Maximize Success with Rounds: ►Subscribe to our blog: ►Subscribe to our YouTube Channel: Learn more about GUARDIAN RFID: Website: LinkedIn: https:// Facebook: Twitter: About GUARDIAN RFID GUARDIAN RFID deploys its Command & Control software and solutions to Warriors of the Thin Gray Line. We enable corrections professionals to better execute their mission-set with lightning speed and real-time situational awareness, driven by One Team, One Mission, supporting U.S. law enforcement agencies of all sizes.

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