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Nuctech Wins Electronic Drug Trace Detection System For WA DoJ

Nuctech has won a $A300,000 contract to provide an electronic drug tracer detection system for the West Australian Department of Justice, Corrective Services Division.

The original tender sought an organisation from which the DoJ could purchase/operating lease Electronic Drug Trace Detection Devices that will be used to detect and prevent the introduction of unauthorised and illegal drugs to secure custodial facilities throughout the state of Western Australia.

The Department of Justice, Corrective Services Division, is responsible for the good order and government of prisons and juvenile detention centres across the state of Western Australia.

The detection and prevention of unauthorised or illegal drugs and contraband entering secure custodial facilities is a priority focus for Corrective Services to reduce risk to the security of facilities, the safety of staff, as well as impacting on the rehabilitation of prisoners and young people in custody.

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