Intelligence as a Service

GTL’s Intelligence as a Service deploys trained analysts that are equipped with the tools to efficiently and effectively develop both proactive and reactive actionable intelligence. Analysts have proven invaluable to ensuring safety and security by helping identify offenders, civilians, and staff engaging in criminal and security-threatening activities. It is designed to meet the specialized intelligence and forensic needs of facilities and act as a force multiplier to facilities facing staff shortages.

GTL Fusion Services

We help correctional facilities prevent crimes before they occur and solve them after they happen through a combination of people, technology, and data. Our intelligence analysts (people) use our data mining tools (technology) to provide actionable intelligence from a myriad of sources (data), including, but not limited to, phone records, financial transactions, jail management system data, and visitation information. Intelligence analysts can be deployed on-site or work remotely from our National Intelligence Center (NIC). We offer a range of options to find the optimal fit for any correctional facility or law enforcement agency.

Mobile Device Forensics

Operating at our National Computer Forensics Lab (NCFL), GTL’s certified mobile forensic examiners combine cutting-edge technology with industry best practices to perform logical and physical data extractions from legally seized computer and cellular devices. Cellular extraction techniques range from basic third-party extraction software to more advanced techniques such as JTAG and chip-off. The application of industry-proven algorithms to the extracted data for data analysis leads to the development of reliable, actionable intelligence.

VIDEO: Introduction to GTL Fusion Services

Click here to access a three-minute video providing an informative overview of how we combine people, technology, and data to help produce actionable intelligence.

Intelligence as a Service

In the push to reduce the recidivism rate, correctional facilities are moving away from a traditional layout to one that is designed for inclusiveness and keeping inmates engaged with outside society. Studies have shown that maintaining a support structure is a key component to keeping inmates on the right path to successful reintegration into society after release. In Australia, a new maximum security prison opened this year that includes no cells. Instead, inmates are housed in dormitory-style accommodations with 25 inmates in 16 ‘pods’ that offer more access to education, entertainment, and communication with friends and families. This novel move seeks to enhance inmates’ daily lives by making these services more accessible and improve re-integration into society. Inmates have access to technology that connects them with friends and family members, news, books, movies, education, games, and more. They are required to work for up to five hours during the day and pursue education and other programs in the remaining time. This progressive approach aligns with GTL’s vision of technology and education being available to every inmate. “GTL has the technology portfolio to enable correctional facilities to execute their strategies,” said Gad Tobaly, President, GTL International. “Whether those strategies are similar to the open-plan jail approach or focus on a more traditional environment, we offer the innovations to help facilities become safer and more secure while providing inmates with access to programs that improve their lives during and after incarceration.” GTL creates new technologies and advocates for tablets, education, and other programs to help reduce recidivism rates. “These new facilities highlight the need for technology in corrections,” said Eric Gonzalez, Executive Director, Technology and Implementation Services. “Today’s inmates are digital natives, having grown up in the age of computers, cell phones, tablets, and more. It is only logical that providing them with technology and programs to learn and better themselves through those access points is the direction that corrections is taking.” As part of GTL’s ongoing mission to keep our offerings in line with global corrections trends, the company will once again be a sponsor at the International Corrections & Prisons Association (ICPA) Annual Conference. This year’s conference is being held at the Montreal Marriott Chateau Champlain in Montreal, Canada. The conference theme of “Beyond Prisons: The Way Forward” will draw discussion on the underpinning philosophies, strategic direction, policies, and practices being instituted across the globe. More than 500 delegates from over 70 countries attend this prestigious conference. GTL and two collaborating organizations will present on two topics that relate to the use of technology in aiding the corrections and criminal justice systems. “Transforming the Inmate Environment: How and Why Facilities are Implementing Tablet Programs” will discuss how technology is used to humanize correctional efforts and will take place on Tuesday, October 23rd at 11:00 a.m. in Maisonneuve A Room. “Virtual-Enabled Justice: Delivering Swifter Outcomes and Improved Victim and Witness Experience” will discuss the use of technology to create ‘virtual courts’ that fuel efficiency, safety, and security, and will take place on Tuesday, October 23rd at 3:30 p.m. in Maisonneuve A Room. To learn more about our technology solutions, contact GTL today.