Court House Solutions

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Public buildings providing an internal secured area for detaining defendants.

By their very nature, criminal court houses provide a public environment within which to evaluate the culpability of suspects who come to trial. Given that defendants need to be detained within the building immediately prior to proceedings this means that there is a need for an highly secure area within the confines of the court building itself.

Traditionally, the 3G317 pass lock has been used to provide secure perimeter locking of the custody area and the 3R47 cell lock provides a suitable level of security for the cell doors themselves. The 1K52 escort handcuffs have long been the number one choice for securing prisoners in transit.