Miami Correctional Facility


The Indiana Finance Authority contracted with Security Automation Systems (SAS) out of Indianapolis, IN to completely renovate the existing control systems and perimeter security with state-of-the-art technology.

The control system comprised of and controlled:

»  37 Touchscreen Control Stations
»  1,997 doors 
»  1,898 intercoms
»  1,966 lights
»  180+ cameras

High capacity IP camera servers replaced the antiquated DVRs that were failing. The servers included hot swappable raid-configured drives to allow for video preservation in the case of a drive malfunction. The servers are also connected to a state-wide system that can monitor the health of the servers.

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miami correctional Facility 2As part of the installation, SAS provided an audit trail system that records every security transaction.  This system provides the facility with detailed reports on system operations and security.

The existing perimeter security systems were upgraded as well. SAS installed Gallagher’s non-lethal electrified fence system on the perimeter. Kevin Orme, Director of Construction Services, stated that this system changed the way he thinks about perimeter security.  “The product is great, works reliably every day, and I don’t have to worry about it,” he adds. “We’ve been able to make more effective use of security resources too. Officers have been reallocated from the perimeter to in-prison offender contact areas.”

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"Through the years, you and your staff have worked closely with my staff on many projects. From adding additional cameras and card access systems in the jail to helping us choose the proper security systems for our courthouse. Your staff is very knowledgeable, dedicated and professional and they truly care about the customer. You and your staff go the extra mile and all of this combined is why I highly recommend SAS. Thank you for making my job a little easier."

Greg Ewing
Sheriff
Vigo County Jail

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