Many Ways Securus Technologies Makes Lives Safer

Securus Technologies is the nation’s leading provider of technology solutions for criminal and civil justice. On an average weekly basis the tech company will develop one new product or service towards helping law enforcement and correctional facilities prevent and solve crimes, including inmate-on-inmate crimes. Securus Technologies received thousands of emails and letters from their customers in regards to what they offer. I’ll share some of the comments published to show the many interesting ways that their tech solutions can help keep law enforcement officers, inmates, families and correctional facility staff workers much more safe.

 

A correctional worker commented that their workplace have been using Securus for over a decade, they now solely rely on it as it “revolutionizes the incarceration environment and help us to improve public safety in our jurisdiction.” One officer explained how they were able to listen in on an inmate to inmate call and overheard a mother tell her children exactly what to say about a recent shooting once questioned. Another officer was very pleased with Securus’s covert alert feature and was successfully able to take a suspect into custody during an ongoing investigation. Many customers have shared how they could monitor their inmates and prevent drugs, alcohol, banned devices from being distributed, sold or used from within their facilities.

 

Securus Technologies, Inc. is a private technology solutions company founded in 1986. They have over 30 years of experience providing correctional facilities everywhere with superior products and services. The company has their headquarters based in Dallas, Texas and has regional offices located in Atlanta, GA and Carrollton and Allen, TX.

 

Some of the products and services provided are inmate self-services, monitoring products, emergency response and investigation tools. To this date, Securus Technologies has served over 3,450 corrections agencies, law enforcement and public safety agencies and more than 1,200,000 inmates all across the United States.

 

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