Law enforcement agencies across the country are turning to the UbiDuo to ensure equitable access to services during both normal and critical situations. Since the UbiDuo does not require the use of Internet, WiFi or Bluetooth, law enforcement officers are able to provide immediate face to face barrier free services to individuals who are deaf or hard of hearing 24/7/365 anywhere without having to worry about not having access to a network connection.
The UbiDuo meets federal regulations and requirements, including the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) and PREA (Prison Rape Elimination Act), that ensure no individual with a disability shall be treated differently due to the absence of auxiliary aids and services. Most importantly, the UbiDuo empowers non-stop face-to-face communication anytime, anywhere for anyone.
The UbiDuo is effective when used for:
Patrol: Traffic stops, accident investigations, welfare checks, criminal complaints.
Investigation: Witness statements, suspect interviews.
Detention: Intake, inmate directions, medical visits, family communication, court appearances.
Court: Arraignment, hearing/trial, attorney conferences, judges chambers meetings, sentencing.
The UbiDuo’s portability make it an ideal device for staff in the field:
Maintain Social Distancing
100’ Line of sight
Up to 12-Hour Battery Life
Direct, Secure Wireless Unit-to-Unit
No Internet, Cellular, or Wi-Fi needed
Save exact transcripts of communications for report documentation
Transcripts have been held as admissible in court