Interrogation Room Sound Control
Protect Confidential Case Information & Minimize Distractions
Due to the video and audio recordings of suspects, the acoustics need to provide an environment where the information can be heard and recorded while confidential information stay in the room. Allowing noise to escape this space could compromise the case. Additionally in today’s world of video conference court appearances, speech clarity is of the utmost importance. Too much echo is during the call may prevent the truth from being heard.
Acoustic doors and acoustic windows, as well as noise enclosures and sound isolation rooms are often used in interrogation room soundproofing. In addition, sound absorbing wall panels are a great way to help improve speech clarity by reducing the excess amount of reverberation (echo) of a room.