A Davidson County, Tennessee, inmate facility recently acquired the use of GTL’s Inspire® inmate tablets. Inspire 1.5 is the latest endeavor by GTL, a company known for providing integrated technology solutions to correctional facilities, assisting them in keeping control.
The tablets undergo a rigorous test, using a standard set by the U.S. Department of Defense: this assesses the tablet’s ability to stay functional if dropped or shaken. The Inspire tablet offers the inmates a way to communicate frequently with the outside community as well as providing them with an incentive for better behaviors. Inmates who improve on behaviors have the privilege of receiving more options on the tablet: hearing music, playing games, reading e-books, and so on.
Correctional facilities that have provided inmates with these secure tablets are exhibiting potential. Additionally, when the prisoners are released, the likelihood of them repeating their crimes is decreased. GTL works diligently to create services that keep inmates and their loved ones connected for the very purpose of reducing repeated crimes.
Receiving the exclusive Transit Drop test certificate for the Inspire 1.5 gives GTL the inspiration to invest time and money into constructing the best products for the corrections environment. Click the link to find out more about Inspire inmate tablets.