© 2011 meshIP, LLC                    meshDETECT® and the meshDETECT logo are a federally registered trademark of meshIP®


secure prison cell phone solutions™


meshDETECT Blog

The Smart Way To Manage Prison

Cell Phone Communications

The smuggled cell phone epidemic in correctional facilities has introduced increased expense, officer risks, and heated debates about responsibilities, control capabilities, technology, and safety.


meshDETECT is a patented technology platform that can be offered in any prison interested in the smart deployment and management of secure prison cell phones - which promotes improved detainee behavior and increases officer safety. Best of all, there is no deployment cost. In fact, meshDETECT is a new source of revenue for prisons.


You no longer need to incur the expense and deployment challenges of wireless jamming technology, now that prison cell phone calls can now be monitored and recorded. Legitimate prison cell phone inventories can now replace contraband cell phones.


Reducing the demand for smuggled and contraband cell phones is how meshDETECT is revolutionizing prison cell phone access.

Behavioral Opportunity

Studies show that more family communication reduces recidivism.  Now reward good behavior...

Financial Opportunity

Money talks on all sides of this challenging topic.  Now, taxpayers, budgets, and detainees benefit...

Safety Opportunity

You are no longer forced to sacrifice safety when making prison cell phone management and control decisions...

Visit our blog to download the white paper, “Reducing the Demand for Contraband Cell Phones in Correctional Facilities” This product is covered by one or more patents, including U.S. Patent No. 8,478,234

more patents, including U.S. Patent No. X

Contraband cell phones in prison are a problem of both supply and demand.


Traditionally, prisons have focused only on preventing the supply of cell phones.


Now with meshDETECT, you can reduce the demand for - and therefore the contraband value of - smuggled cell phones in jail.