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This includes hand-held mobile phone blockers and Body Orifice Security Scanners which will be introduced to all prisons from 2009, as recommended the Blakey Report.
In the South Park episode, scheduled to be aired all over Christmas, a character claims to have been sprayed with blood from a body orifice of a Virgin Mary statue.
Unlike aged technologies like, oral, ear or rectal thermometers, which require being placed into a body orifice to gain a temperature reading - or the full contact types that require being run across an individual's forehead -- the VeraTemp is a completely non-contact, non/invasive thermometer.
Measures are in place to prevent the supply of drugs into prison, including searching strategies, mobile phone signal detectors and Body Orifice Security Scanners.
Besides the sniffer dogs the prison drugs trade was dealt a huge blow by the installation of the Body Orifice Security Scanner - a chair that can detect mobile phones hidden inside visitors.
Unlike aged technologies like, oral, ear or rectal thermometers, which require being placed into a body orifice to gain a temperature reading - or the full contact types that require being run across an individual's forehead -- the VeraTemp[R] is a completely non-contact, non/invasive thermometer, that finally puts an end to the unnecessary expense, handling and disposal of single use probe covers.
Their underworld rackets have been rocked by the installation of the Body Orifice Security Scanner at Dublin's Cloverhill Prison where it has already helped round up 28 mobile phones between May and November.
Prison chiefs have invested in Body Orifice Security Scanner technology, also known as Boss chairs.
Prison officers as well as inmates and visitors will be screened with the Body Orifice Security Scanners.
Unlike traditional rectal, oral or ear thermometers, which require being placed into a body orifice to gain a temperature reading, the Kidz-Med VeraTemp thermometer is a handheld unit similar in size and feel to a landline telephone handset powered by two AAA batteries (which are included) that is simply aimed at the individual's forehead.
The technology used in the SMD601 is completely harmless, yet can detect items concealed inside the body, thus eliminate the need for costly, ineffective body orifice screening devices.
including body orifice scanners, cell-phone sniffing dogs, and cell detection systems.
Nasal foreign bodies are commonly encountered in children and mentally handicapped patients, whose curiosity leads them to explore body orifices.
Invasive devices with respect to body orifices connected to active Class I devices now are included in the classification as well.
By virtue of where drugs are concealed, they are often hidden in body orifices which are prone to disease.