Virtual Visits for Inmates
Inmates can visit by live video using virtual technology on an institutional computer. This allows inmates to develop and maintain family and community ties when in-person visits are not possible. Virtual visitation does not replace in-person visits but it gives visitors another way to communicate with an inmate. Here are some benefits of virtual inmate visit.
Reduce Recidivism Rates
Creating bridges to community support and overcoming visitor barriers promotes productive re-entry and improves outcomes.
Encourage Safety and Security
Virtual inmate visits have been shown to improve behavior, fewer rule infractions, and increase treatment participation.
Maximize Facilities Budget & Staffing
Fewer labor hours are required to monitor in-person visits, contraband searches, and on-site visitor searches and processing.
Improve Healthcare Delivery
Telemedicine increases inmates’ access to doctors while making it more affordable for prisons to provide care.
Virtual Visitation Features
- Easy to use with an intuitive user experience
- Utilizes existing desktop and mobile devices
- Works with any application – Windows, macOS, Android
- Virtual medical consults expand access to healthcare
- Configurable by an organization, site, or department
- No app required
- Simple deployment – can be provided as an on-premises or cloud-based service
- Security and privacy with end-to-end encryption
- Superior video and audio quality
- Virtual Courts expedite pretrial release hearings
- Fully managed deployment, including testing and user orientation
Expanded Virtual Visitation Opportunities for Improved safety and Security
Vidyo’s highly secure and scalable video conferencing solution allows correctional facilities to connect inmates to family, healthcare providers, and legal representatives quickly and easily. Our patented routing technology provides maximum uptime and continuously optimized video quality for a more reliable experience. Virtual inmate visits radically redefine the experience of confinement for prisoners, their families, and the institution – reducing recidivism and increasing public safety.