Colorado prison installing kiosks

 
Aug. 27, 2008
FRESNO, Calif. — Prison kiosk technology provider Continental Prison Systems has agreed to install kiosks at a 550-bed Colorado prison.
 
According to a news release, the EZ card and EZ Kiosks are expected to streamline the inmate release process and provide a cost-reducing process for loading funds onto an inmate's account over the Internet or through a kiosk.
 
"This agreement will allow our EZ divisions to begin installing EZ Card and EZ Kiosks that include a booking kiosk to handle bookings and bail, a trust-funds kiosk that will handle all monies deposited to inmate accounts, as well as online-bail trust-fund loads and an EZ Card debit release card," said Ron Hodge, president and chief executive of Continental Prison Systems.
 
Revenue from the kiosks during the initial three-year term is expected to exceed $400,000.

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