New safe visitor kiosk installed at Kosciusko County Sheriff's Office

KOSCIUSKO COUNTY, Ind. - The Kosciusko County Sheriff's Office and LITE (Living In Transition Effectively) have entered into a partnership and has purchased a safe visitor kiosk.

Officials say the implementation of the kiosk will provide accountability for everyone entering the jail.

It's designed to register all visitors and hopefully reduce incidents of drug smuggling into the facility, according to officials.

This safety measure will help keep staff and inmates safe.

The kiosk has a checking in and out feature which also prints a name tag to be worn at all times.

The kiosk also records and can track all visitors in real time.

Sheriff Jim Smith stated he would like to thank Tammy Cotton and the LITE program for the purchase of the kiosk.

LITE is a non-profit dedicated to assisting incarcerated individuals make a successful transition back into their community to lead successful lives.

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