Cell Phone Involvement in Prison Hostage Situation Sparks New Offer from The Signal Jammer
South Carolina Law Enforcement Division announced that cell phones were used by inmates as part of the hostage situation in Lee County, South Carolina. The news has sparked a new offer from phone jamming service to help prevent similar issues.
Houston, TX (PRWEB) June 16, 2012
After a security guard was held hostage in a South Carolina prison last Tuesday, the South Carolina Law Enforcement Division announced inmates involved had cell phones. Cell phones which are illegal in all maximum security prisons were used by inmates to make the 911 hostage calls. The report issued by the lawn enforcement division also reveals that authorities believe the illegal cell phones were used to plan the hostage attempt.
Officials also went on to say that they have confiscated over thirty six hundred cell phones from the facility this year, proving the cell phone issue was most than just a one-time problem. However, after the serious hostage situation, security guards are being encouraged to look into devices such as phone jamming services, to prevent the use of the phones inside prison walls.
In light of the hardening hostage events of last week, professional cell phone jammer and blocking company, The Signal Jammer has released new offers on their strong professional cell phone blocker devices. The company provides professional grade cell phone blockers and GPS jammers to businesses like prisons, schools and other commercial areas. The company hopes that their new offers on high-grade cell phone blockers will help prisons and jails prevent an issue like the hostage issue from happening again. The company has launched their new cell phone jammer offers and pricing on their company website.
For more information on The Signal Jammer and their new promotion visit, http://www.thesignaljammer.com/.
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