Seven companies offer to deliver e-handcuffs

opublikowano: 03-09-2008, 14:52

Warsaw (Puls Biznesu) – The tender to  provide supervision system for small criminals is worth PLN 300m (EUR 89.1m). Listed companies are interested.

The Ministry of Justice waited till the end of August for offers to build and run the system of electronic supervision. Seven offers were submitted, mainly by consortia of security and IT companies. The following listed companies take part in the project: Comarch, Comp Safe Support, Impel, Wasko and NTT System.

The ministry had planned to spend PLN 360m for the project but majority of offers are lower and only two of them exceed PLN 300m while one offer amounts to PLN 150m. The winner should be chosen in September.

“The system must be launched within 12 months”, Lukasz Redziniak, deputy minister of justice said.

The system of electronic supervision is supposed to cover criminals today held in prisons. Only small criminals sentenced to six months of jail or with a 1-year sentence and only six months left, will be controlled by electronic bracelets put on hands or legs and communicating with a device plugged into the fixed telephone line at the criminal’s home. 7,500 people should be covered by the system at one time, and 15,000 annually.

(PLN 1 = EUR 0.297)

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