ESU is a safe alternative for inmates and mental health patients, providing a humane alternative to eating with fingers.
— CSP-SAC prison authorities in Folsom, California

Inmate-made weapons in prison facilities: assessing the injury risk

PMC: More than 2400 correctional workers in the United States required medical attention in 1999 following assaults by inmates, often with unconventional “homemade” weapons. Little information is available about these weapons. The authors . . .
July 18, 2016

ACA Conference – Jan 11-15, 2019

We will be exhibiting at American Correctional Associations’s 2019 Winter Conference in New Orleans. Please stop by our Booth 812 to try out EcoSecurity Utensils and receive samples. Look forward to seeing you!      Picking up ESU samples at the EcoSecurity Utensil Booth at ACA Conference Exhibit Hall. . . .
July 11, 2016

How one utensil provides a safer option to inmates and COs

The EcoSecurity Utensil may be one small change inside a facility, but it can have a big effect on safety, health and the environment Whether it’s ensuring officer safety, inmate compliance or the . . .
December 22, 2015

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