Jasper County Juvenile Center uses new tracking technology
JOPLIN, Mo. — The Jasper County Juvenile Office is using new technology to keep track of teens in the program.
RFID is a radio frequency ID that teenagers wear while they’re on the premises.
It helps staff members keep track of the amount of time teenagers spend on education, meals, exercise, and other information required by the state.
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