TRACE EYE-D IN CORRECTIONAL FACILITIES
If drug-related occurrences are a major issue, the Trace Eye-D detection wipes are an invaluable tool for finding contraband drugs in correctional facilities. 4,423 drug-related incidents, including drug use, possession, and trafficking, occurred in federal prisons in 2020. Cocaine, heroin, and methamphetamine are just a few of the drugs that are smuggled into prisons. They are frequently concealed in packages that are sent through the mail or in items that visitors or staff members bring in. The use of chemical analysis technologies in combination with body and package scanning helps address this challenge according to the Department of Justice.
With the use of the Trace Eye-D detection wipes, it is simple and quick to determine whether there are any contraband drugs present anywhere in the facility. The wipes can be used covertly to inspect the living quarters of prisoners, supply drop-off points, and service areas like food and wash. The wipes, which generate a quick, dramatic color shift when illegal narcotics are detected, make it simple to screen guests and the visitor areas.
The Trace Eye-D detection wipes are cost-effective for any department budget in terms of price, use, and training. They are also environmentally friendly, don't need special disposal or storage, and are easy to use. The wipes offer a minimally invasive method of inspecting mail and packages, making them a useful tool for prisons in the struggle against contraband drugs.