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When the 360 bed Cascade County Regional Detention Center was opened in 1998, it had 64 digital cameras spread throughout the facility. Within a period of 15 years, around 48 of them had gone non operational and now only 16 are working. The security monitoring camera system was supplied by a company in California that is no longer operational now. Due to thus, many areas within the detention center has gone unmonitored in the last few months. This poses a serious security threat to the jail inmates and also to the officers and the public coming to meet the inmates.
In order to solve this problem, Cascade county began to request for proposals from different companies in the region that provide security cameras to monitor movement activities at various sections inside the jail premises. Jail authorities have also raised concerns regarding the absence of any monitoring system in padded cells that usually house hard core and difficult to control criminals. Such hard to control criminals are usually lodged in the padded cells to act as a cooling down period for such criminals. Similarly, the detention center also requires new monitoring cameras to monitor vehicles in the parking lot and also to monitor the inmates passing each other in the hallway.
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