Securus Technologies has stamped its authority in the ever-growing correctional sector. The Dallas, Texas-headquartered technology company conducts all its operations based on its mission of serving and connecting. The company is known the world over for its cutting-edge technological products and solutions that include investigation, incidence management, communication, emergency response, and information management tools. Securus develops new technological solutions and products to deal with problems that most jail facilities face.
Securus Technologies is an equal employer. The firm’s workforce comprises of over 1,000 academically qualified and experienced people. These professionals help the company to deliver its services and products to thousands of correctional centers in both the U.S. and Canada. In mid-2016, Securus announced that it had committed over $600 million in the development of new products, technologies, and purchase of new businesses.
Securus Technologies’ products
Securus launched a unique system to help in regulating the entry of contraband cell phones into correctional agencies. By 2016, this system was being used in over five Department of Corrections agencies. In 2017, the firm signed a deal with Harris Corporation that saw it acquire the Cell Defender Technology.
Comments from users of Securus Technologies’ products
A client praised Securus for its reliable products that had assisted his facility in minimizing the introduction of contraband phones. This customer leveraged Securus’ products in collecting enough evidence for arresting and prosecuting a corrupt employee. Through call monitoring tool, a facility monitored calls and collected information about inmate alcohol use, suspicious conversations, drug peddling, and availability of cellular devices in the jail. Securus’ clients have reduced the rates of harassment and enhanced safety within the correctional centers by using investigative tools to conduct thorough investigations and deal with any security threat that may be discovered. Officers in various prisons have confiscated cash, hard drugs, and illegal assets from inmates using Securus’ LBS software and other exceptional law enforcement resources.