Contraband netting is used in high security facilities such as prisons. It stops the supply of drugs and other contaminants into secure locations.
A popular solution in the UK and USA, correctional facilities in these countries are installing netting along fences to prevent contraband from being thrown over.
Reports that inmates inside the facility were receiving deliveries of drugs stuffed inside tennis balls and other objects from friends of the inmates using tennis ball launchers to send the items over prison fences and into rec yards resulted in correctional service authorities looking at preventative measures such as contraband netting.
Reports have also began surfacing from correctional facilities around the world that drones are also being used as a method of supplying drugs and other contraband into prisons.
Solution: Any risk of drug, contraband or other foreign objects contaminating a restricted area will be removed immediately by installing contraband netting. This simple, hassle free and effective method is very cost effective with minimal ongoing maintenance required.