We provide affordable, easy-to-use technology designed to reduce liability by ensuring compliance with regulations requiring documented observations of inmates in correctional facilities.
Life Check ensures correctional facilities comply with government regulations to check on inmates by replacing unreliable paper logs with verified digital reports that exceed requirements.
Most facilities attempt to meet regulations with paper forms that may have been filled out without officers actually looking at any inmates. When a critical event occurs, comparison of the falsified reports with security camera footage reveals noncompliance and compounds liability. Life Check is the paperless solution ensuring compliance.
When an inmate dies in custody or commits suicide in jail, lawsuits are often filed accusing the facility of deliberate indifference and negligence. On average, these cases settle for about $2 million. Life Check ensures compliance with regulations and substantially reduces the associated risks as a result.
Our founder, Brandt McMillan, has represented local governments as an attorney in numerous jail suicide and police liability cases since 2006. Through these cases, he recognized failure to comply with regulations requiring direct personal observations of inmates negatively impacts officer and inmate safety, and costs the corrections industry and taxpayers millions of dollars every year.
In November of 2017, Brandt McMillan partnered with his father, Mike McMillan, to solve this problem by developing technology that forces officers to comply with government regulations and allows them to create paperless logs with a mobile device.
We can show you how Life Check can help increase accountability at your facility – no pressure or obligation. Plus, it’s probably more affordable than you think!