The IMSI Catcher used in prison environments provides forensic information to gather and single out possible targets. It allows the operator to gain intelligence on those phones it detects and permits those phone to be tracked. The system has database used to gather and stores events with details about the phone, the service the phone uses, who the phone calls, and other details that are helpful to the Prison Law Enforcement officials involved.

  • Provides real-time data of smuggled prison phones
  • Remote connectivity for multiple users
  • Is range-expandable

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Alerting the officer to illegal cell phone activities, the IMSI Catcher for Prisons is able to gather data from everyone in range using a mobile phone. It can provide a group of approved users with access to their phone network, and ignore their permitted activities, while it can collect evidence on everyone else.

This evidence can be used to classify and locate illegal phones. It can also be used to question calls and mobile phone 'events' to provide situational awareness on criminals under investigation.

When conducting an investigation in Prison, the mobile identity of a criminal may be the vital evidence sought.  The IMSI Catcher for Prisons is used to detect and track mobile identities. Originally designed for investigations outside of Prison, this system is portable and can be covertly used to investigate a convict behind bars.

It can catch 2G, 3G, and 4G identities on both GSM and CDMA. It does not need to bring 4G or 3G down to 2G. It can catch both 4G LTE phones and 3G UMTS phones natively in their respective protocols.

This low-footprint is very much appreciated by Law Enforcement conducting an investigation where they do not want the convict in Prison to know they are aware of the illegal activities taking place.

Please Note:  All Jamming devices in part or whole may be regulated by the US Department of State in accordance with the guidelines of ITAR (International Traffic in Arms) title 22, Code of Federal Regulations (CFR), Parts 120-130. An export license may be required before proceeding. RF Jamming in some countries is regulated. In the United States, RF Jamming is prohibited by the FCC. Using an RF Jammer without FCC permission is a violation. Some Federal Agencies and US Armed Forces may be exempt.