Securus Technologies, the foremost provider of criminal and civil justice technology solutions for investigation, public safety, monitoring and rectifying, published several comments from its customers about the use of the technology in solving and preventing crimes that include the inmates-on inmate’s ones. Most of those comments came from the jail and prison officials all over the United States who are given the responsibility of ensuring that no crime prevails in the United States and if it occurs, they should solve it in a better manner. By so doing they make the imprisonment environment safer and better. To protect the identity of the person the name, county, and the reference to the state was hidden. From the comments, it reveals that Securus Technology helps not only the law enforcers but also the society including the families, inmates, and parolees.
Every week, Securus Technology makes a new service or a product that assist the law enforcers in preventing and solves crimes. It shows that Securus is committed to ensuring that safety prevails in the community.
In one of the comments, the customer said that they were able to monitor calls that contained information about inmate alcohol use, threats, suspicious dialog concerning money transferred, drug selling and access to the cellular device, and information concerning an earlier incident that involved shooting.
In another comment, the customer expressed his impression in the work that Securus is doing. He said through the research that Securus is performing and developing emerging capabilities, it enables them to improve their investigations and their jail security position.
Another client from Sheriff’s department revealed how the use of LBS software that is developed by Securus enabled them recovers well the illegal assets, cash, and drugs. The company acknowledges that if they could not have used the software, they could not have recovered the items.
Securus has its headquarters in Dallas, Texas. The company serves over 3450 agencies from the law enforcement, public safety and correction sector and more than 1200000 inmates in North America.