Ban the use of mobile phones in prisons

We know that prisons are places where criminals are guarded, and the safety of prisons is particularly important. In order to prevent people inside the prison from communicating with outsiders and carrying out illegal transactions, the use of mobile phones in prisons is strictly prohibited.

However, since the mobile phone is small and light and easy to hide, it is difficult to find, so it is very difficult to completely ban mobile phones in prison. Two members of the House of Commons proposed implementing legislation on serious legal and regulatory crimes.

These include the installation of high-performance jammers in prisons, the shutting down of all mobile signals within a certain reach of the prison, and the blocking of any unknown communications that disrupt all communications between the prison and the outside world.

Prison minister Deli said: “In the past, relevant security measures have been taken, including regular inspections of mobile phones in prisons, reports of staff, etc., but it is difficult to play a role and even the number of illegal use of mobile communication devices If this new proposal can be accepted, the mobile phone problem in prison will be solved perfectly.

Since 2005, prisons have clearly banned the use of mobile devices, and authorities have taken numerous enforcement actions to improve the implementation of this requirement. These include the search for bodies, the use of high-tech equipment for body analysis, metal detectors, UV scanning and soon. In 2013 alone, 7,451 mobile phones (including SIM cards) were found and confiscated in prisons.

If the use of mobile phones in prisons can not be tightly controlled, the illegal use of mobile phones can lead to confusion and violence in prisons. In severe cases, some organized criminal groups can continue to engage in a range of criminal activities, such as drug trafficking and smuggling.

The prison regulations require the illegal use of mobile phones in prisons and in some EU countries, including the use of high-performance cell phone jammer. After prolonged practice, however, it is difficult to control the mobile phone ban in prisons, as shielding the prison signal also affects other building signals around the prison.