Detention Facilities

  • ACSO First Facility in MS to Offer Inmate Video Visitation

    Published July 1, 2013, Adam’s County Sheriff’s Office

    At the June 17th Board Of Supervisor’s meeting, a contract with Homewav, Inc.to provide Inmate Video Visitation for Adams County Jail was approved.

    “Video visitation is the wave of the future for correctional facility visiting, and Adams County Sheriff”s Office is proud to be the first facility in Mississippi to offer it,” said Sheriff Mayfield.

    With this innovative new service, inmate visitation privileges will be greatly enhanced. Immediate family, relatives and friends will be able to visit with inmates from the comfort of their homes. All they need is a computer with a webcam and Internet access. The service will also be available on some Smartphone’s.
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  • County Detention Center Unveils Innovative Online Video Visitation System

    System Effectively Increases Visitation with No New Costs to Tulsa County Taxpayers or Facility

    Tulsa, OK (June 2013) – Sheriff Stanley Glanz announced that the Tulsa County Jail is launching a new inmate video visitation program.

    Once installed the HomeWAV system with allow family members and friends to schedule and conduct video visits with jail inmates using any suitable computer connected to the Internet. The new visitation system will expand available visitation hours, and provide visitation to those unable to visit the facility in person.

    “Video visitation is the wave of the future for correctional facility visiting,” Glanz said, “Tulsa County is offering the technology because it will be beneficial for tax payers, our jail facility staff and for the inmates and their families.” (more…)

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  • Families Impacted By Incarceration Find Comfort, Stay Connected Through Video Visitation System

    NEW PARTNERSHIP BETWEEN HOMEWAV AND NEW JUBILEE EDUCATIONAL AND FAMILY LIFE CENTER WILL HELP FAMILIES WEATHER THE STORM OF SEPARATION

    VIRGINIA BEACH, VA (Feb. 2013) – HomeWAV video visitation system has entered into a contract with the New Jubilee Education and Family Life Center located in Richmond, Va. New Jubilee is a charitable organization, directed by Dr. Owen Cardwell, Jr., that assists former inmates successfully transition back into home life, employment and society.

    “Incarceration is not simply about the individual serving time in prison. It is a family affair that the affects everyone in the home,” said Dr. Cardwell. “New Jubilee supports the widespread use and availability of the HomeWAV video visitation system to help inmates stay connected with their families, thereby enhancing the likelihood of their successful re-entry into society.”

    “We recognize and support HomeWAV’s role in helping correctional facilities provide cost-effective communication connections between incarcerated individuals and their families.” (more…)

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  • John Walsh To Help HomeWAV Become "Most Wanted" Video Vistitation System In America

    NOTED CRIME EXPERT, TV HOST INTRODUCED AS COMPANY ENDORSER

    VIRGINIA BEACH, VA (Jan. 2013) — John Walsh, internationally known from the long-running America’s Most Wanted television show, has officially endorsed HomeWAV, an Internet-based video visitation system adapted for use in correctional facilities. Company officials announced the relationship on Thursday, December 6, 2012.

    Virginia-based HomeWAV is a unique, patent pending system that has been implemented by state and local detention authorities since 2012 and currently has 13 contracted facilities in 10 states. (more…)

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