Securus Technologies is a leading communication technology provider for detainees that connect them with their family and friends, connect them to technology and emergency dispatchers. The boon about this criminal justice tech is that it allows for information management, investigation, verification, monitoring events and disbursement of public information. This innovation has brought a new aspect in call systems management and assures of public safety.
Securus’ was established in 1989 with headquarters in Dallas, Texas in the USA but with operational offices in Atlanta, Georgia, and Allen, and Carrollton in Texas. The company serves the needs of the inmate while simultaneously monitor the exchange of information and helps in parolee tracking. Securus is at its early stages of launching the wireless containment solution technology that hinders mobile networks connecting to a contraband illegal cell phone.
Under the able leadership of Richard A. Smith “Rick” as the Chairman and Chief Operating Officer of Securus Technologies, the company has received positive feedback from the facilities currently using the feature. Securus Technology has been able to make the environment more safe using the investigative tools and the data control unit that tells of any suspicious communication such as verbal harassment and threats. Similarly, it has become effective in enhancing communication within and without thanks to the supportive customer service.
Some feedback has been very humbling as facility expresses their satisfaction, strides it has trended on and the shift of the incarceration environment. Word has it that this technology is highly reliable with the report of some facility with over 23 years since its inception which has progressively been content with the system. Even with consistent use, quality and flawlessness are guaranteed.
About Securus Technologies
The company serves over 1 million inmates in 2,600 correctional facilities spread out in the country with and human personnel of 1,000 staff. It has been cordially welcomed in the market; many departments in the correction facilities are putting their stamp of approval. The target record phone calls as at July 2015 stood at approximately 70 million.