They are some of the most complex enterprises in state and provincial government. Multiple facilities spread across wide geographies, from minimum security to maximum. Collectively they are home to thousands of offenders, many of whom are sentenced for long-term stays. Highly regulated environments with strict requirements for health care, vocational opportunities, and trust accounting for every inmate.
State and provincial correctional authorities oversee multi-million dollar businesses. As such, they require proven, enterprise-class solutions that streamline business processes and drive efficiency into every facet of operations. And they require partners who not only understand every detail of process, but are committed to delivering sophisticated, innovative solutions to the ever-evolving challenges of offender management.
Syscon Justice Systems is that partner. We help state and provincial corrections agencies understand who they have incarcerated, and how they need to be managed. We have been providing comprehensive offender management solutions to state and provincial agencies for 30 years. Solutions on three different continents for some of the most complex correctional environments in the industry.
Managing offender information in a large correctional system requires a full understanding of the entire process, from intake through release, and myriad points in between. Syscon understands the practical realities of state and provincial corrections in every detail, and has become expert in some of the most difficult aspects of prison management, such as legal sentence calculation.
Offender management solutions from Syscon have been selected by numerous agencies, large and small, across the United States, in Canada and Australia. Long-term, multi-phase solutions that evolve with each agency and state-of-the-art practices. So that professionals can manage their complex environments intelligently and efficiently.
If your state or provincial corrections enterprise is facing a complex challenge, chances are that Syscon has already solved it.