The AB Kiosk system coordinates and executes the entire client monitoring process
The Delaware County Probation Department has installed its AB Kiosk in the lobby of the Delaware County Courthouse at 70 North Union Street. Placing the Kiosk before building security reduces access to court buildings, protecting staff from potential COVID exposure. The Kiosk can conduct up to 30 alcohol-monitoring tests an hour by leveraging two highly integrated and secure components: an interactive stand-alone kiosk, and an easy-to-use client-management software program. The AB Kiosk system uses biometric fingerprint authentication to verify the identity of the individual, captures still images and video as it administers each breathalyzer screening, and automatically uploads the client data. The AB Kiosk can be tailored to ask client-specific questions uploading the data to the client management software for probation monitoring. To learn more about the AB Kiosk system and view a video of the alcohol-monitoring process, please visit www.abkiosk.com/video.
“The AB Kiosk system enables county courts and law enforcement agencies to fully automate alcohol monitoring programs, probation check-ins, and drug testing management, ” says Patrick McKinney, general manager of Precision Kiosk Technologies. “This process reduces the County’s administrative costs, allows multiple agencies to utilize the Kiosk, and enables clients to meet the conditions of their release with less disruption to their lives.”
Chief Probation Officer
Minneapolis-based Precision Kiosk Technologies (PKT) leads the electronic monitoring industry in providing high-accountability probation check-ins and breathalyzer testing to courts and law enforcement. The company’s AB Kiosk simplifies and reduces the administrative burden of alcohol screening and other court-mandated offender programs, including probation check-ins, work-release monitoring, and pre- and post-trial services.
General Manager, Precision Kiosk Technologies