Cozaint BOBBY Kiosk Implemented As SafeZone Security Tower At Arizona Tribal Police Station

Cozaint Corp, the developers of intelligent surveillance solutions, has been selected by the Pascua Yaqui Tribe Police Department in Tucson, AZ., to deliver the BOBBY physical security tower to provide a “safe zone” location for local citizens to conduct sales transactions, custody transfers, or other dealing where a security monitored area would provide a safe setting.

Cozaint’s BOBBY platform of physical security kiosk tower provides 24/7 situational awareness for organizations of all sizes with various IoT security sensors, constant video surveillance, and tied to a remote monitoring center.

The Cozaint BOBBY kiosk tower also has a 27” interactive display that displays information about local tribal activities as well as allowing for visitors to activate a “Panic Button” if they feel threaten.  The BOBBY “Safe Zone” tower is connected to the tribal police department where officers can see and speak with the user to determine if an emergency exists and how best to respond.

“With certain transactions occurring between complete strangers —such as online sales— sometimes our community may wish to meet at a more secure location where video surveillance and the ability to reach one of our officers in an emergency is all in one safe zone,” said LT. Elizabeth Esparza of the Pascua Yaqui Police Department.

With 360-degree video surveillance coverage and 24/7 video recording, the BOBBY safe zone tower delivers the peace of mind that the Pascua Yaqui Police Department and its citizens are looking for to safely meet others with eBay or other sales transactions, when custody transfer events occur, or other interactions where a safe and monitored location is preferred.

 “Our BOBBY tower unit is an ideal community safe zone security platform, where users can rest assured that they are being monitored for safety and security reasons when dealing with various transaction with others in the community,” stated Jay Jason Bartlett, CEO, Cozaint. “Interacting with the Pascua Yaqui Police team in the event of an emergency provides an additional level of security for the local community.”

The BOBBY tower unit also displays local community information as well as current events, helping to keep the community up to date on what is happening throughout the tribe.

This particular BOBBY tower unit is located on tribal land in the desert of Tucson, Arizona, where the summer rains and high temperatures create a harsh operational condition for an outside device such as this.

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