PCSO welcomes kiosk system –

By | July 31, 2014

EATON — A dual-kiosk vending machine has been booked into the Preble County Jail this summer for inmates to use to request and receive com…

Source: www.registerherald.com

Inmates are able to access the kiosk, to order items from the commissary, twice a day, according to Renner. A touch screen placed on a cart, is wheeled into cells for inmates to manually order items themselves. This allows inmates to have responsibility of their own orders, whereas, if an item was not filled for an inmate previously, the blame could have been on the inmate who had potentially forgotten to place the order, or it could have been the fault of a Sheriff’s Deputy who forgot to fill the order. With the kiosk, the responsibility of placing and filling orders falls entirely on the users.

Author: Staff Writer

Craig Keefner is the editor and author for Kiosk Association and kiosk industry. With over 30 years in the industry and experience in large and small kiosk solutions, Craig is widely considered to be an expert in the field. Major kiosk projects for him include Verizon Bill Pay kiosk and hundreds of others.