Lattice Implements Inmate Phone and Video Visitation Systems in Nassau County Jail and Detention Center

Complete System Installation Provides Enhanced Benefits to the Florida Facility

Nov. 18, 2015 8:01 am |  More About Lattice

PENNSAUKEN, NJ--(Marketwired - Nov 18, 2015) - Lattice Incorporated (OTCQB: LTTC) has installed its Nexus Inmate Phone and NetVisit Video Visitation systems at the Nassau County Jail and Detention Center in Yulee, Florida. Together, these systems will provide enhanced benefits to the correctional facility. The Nexus phone system will generate revenue to help the facility recover costs associated with monitoring inmate calling. The NetVisit Video Visitation system will deliver significant labor cost savings to the facility by eliminating the need to transport inmates to visitation rooms, as the video visitation monitor/camera stations are located in the inmates' cell blocks.

"We partnered with Lattice because their inmate communications systems will deliver significant cost savings and efficiencies to our facility," stated Sheriff Bill Leeper of Nassau County. "Additionally, they have a reputation for providing outstanding customer service, which was a very important factor to us in selecting an inmate communications provider."

"Our Nexus Inmate Communication and NetVisit Video Visitation platforms will generate substantial efficiencies and cost savings for the Nassau County facility by greatly reducing the burden on its corrections staff," noted Paul Burgess, CEO of Lattice. "By implementing both of these systems together, Nassau County will derive maximum benefit from our communications solutions. We look forward to our partnership with the Nassau County team."

About Lattice Incorporated

Lattice's Corrections Operating Platform™ (COP) is an integrated network of highly secure solutions, including inmate communication systems, prepaid calling options, voicemail, video visitation and arraignment, and mobile devices. Lattice's inmate management module efficiently manages prison processes, including communications monitoring, commissary purchases, account funding and billing, biometrics, booking, incident reporting, and more. For more information, visit

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Scott Raskas
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Lattice Incorporated
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