Testimonials from our Clients
"Inmates in our nation's criminal justice system are more sophisticated and knowledgeable. They study security procedures and look for weaknesses in outdated technology. Gun towers, perimeter fences, and cameras provide effective resources for containing inmates. Restraining inmates is often left to less impressive technology. Inmates often seek the easiest methods to beat security --- and inadequate restraints provide that opportunity. Most prisons use restraints that may be opened by picking, shimming or fashioning a universal handcuff key from items that are easily accessible. Corrections officials have contained well but not restrained well. Far too many offenders are being inadequately restrained --- creating safety issues for staff, the community, and other inmates.
As former warden of the most secure prison in America, I was responsible for managing gang leaders, terrorists, and escape-prone offenders. The "Alcatraz of the Rockies" is best known for housing inmates who have been deemed too dangerous, too high-profile, or too great a national security risk for even a maximum-security prison. The majority of inmates have been placed there because they have an extensive history of committing violent crimes against correctional officers and fellow inmates in other prisons.
"BOA Security Technologies understands that Escape Is Not An Option. They understand the need to contain and restrain. Their Cuff-MAXX technology provides much needed security inside and outside of high-security environments. Officials looking to contain AND restrain using today's technology should check out BOA's website - https://www.boahandcuff.com/."
Bob Hood, Warden (Ret.)
Federal "Supermax" Penitentiary
United States Department of Justice
"Thank you for your much needed assistance. I will email a formal letter to you in the morning indicating our satisfaction with the locking mechanisms that you have provided for our agency. We are very satisfied and to date no one has been able to tamper, escape or even attempt to compromise the cuffs and locking devices that you have recommended and given us. Again, thank you very much and I look forward to working with you in the future."
Turhan Gumusdere, Bureau Chief of Security, New York City Department of Correction (DOC)
"Once again I want to thank BOA Handcuff Company on behalf of the MN DOC for your willingness to listen to me regarding the security concerns and your development of this new product to address them. I have never worked with a company so willing to listen and respond accordingly."
Captain Steven Ayers, Minnesota Department of Corrections