TAMPA — Maricopa County Sheriff's Office in Arizona selected Tribridge Offender360 to replace its in-house jail management systems.
Tribridge is based in Tampa. Virginia-based DXC Technology acquired Tribridge, which focuses on cloud computing software and services, in a deal announced July 5.
Offender360 is a tool for correctional and public safety institutions to manage inmates from intake to release. Tribridge Offender360 will help the sheriff's office manage inmate housing; grievance and appeals processing; court operations and inmate programs, according to a press release. Terms of the contract weren't disclosed.
“Like many state and local institutions nationwide, Maricopa County is under close watch to provide streamlined jail management operations and ease sustained burdens on taxpayers as public funds continue to wane,” says Tribridge Public Sector Vice President Josh Jaquish in a statement. “Tribridge Offender360 is already helping agencies like the Maricopa County Sheriff's Office establish a more refined jail management system, one that's both cost-effective and rehabilitory for offenders in the system.”
Maricopa County Sheriff's Office serves the unincorporated areas of Maricopa County and several contract cities.