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New technology will prevent phone call theft at jail

January 9, 2013

MARSHALL CO. — Soon, prisoners at the Marshall County Jail will be charged an extra 25 cents for each phone call they make.
The charge is to cover a voice verification technology that’s being added to the phone system at the jail.
“It’s a software where the inmates get their own personalized PIN number and there is a sentence they would say to verify their identity (when placing a call),” said Sheriff Tom Chamberlin.
Chamberlin said that the technology is being added to reduce theft inside the jail.

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