Suspect Detection Systems announced that the company’s subsidiary, a developer of counter terror and crime prevention technology, has sold multiple units of the rapid interrogation system to a human resource company operating in Central America and Mexico.Suspect Detection Systems announced that the company’s subsidiary, a developer of counter terror and crime prevention technology, has sold multiple units of the rapid interrogation system to a human resource company operating in Central America and Mexico.
The customer is an investigative enterprise that was recently established to provide clients with services. The technology will be used by the customer to conduct pre-employment applicant screenings, internal threat and loss prevention screenings, as well as corporate internal investigations. This new enterprise is the sister company of a long-standing human resource company active throughout Latin America.
The interrogation automated system is able to quickly expose the hostile intent of potential employees who may be connected to crime organizations, or have a history of criminal activity.
A six-digit down payment has been advanced to the company for delivery of the system units. In addition, the sale features a revenue sharing model whereby Suspect Detection Systems and the private enterprise will divide income from each individual applicant screening.
The transaction is the first multiple unit sale to a private enterprise operating in Central America. The sale follows an earlier contract with the same entity. The solution is already being utilized by federal law enforcement agents in various Latin American countries including Mexico.
"The technology is once again proving that is valuable not only to federal law enforcement agencies, but also to the private sector," said Gil Boosidan, CEO of Suspect Detection Systems. "We believe that the solution will prove particularly effective in preventing crime in Central America where criminal activity in the workplace often takes place."