Securus is well known for developing technology that helps law enforcers handle or prevent crime. Here is a compilation of comments from satisfied customers. These officers appreciate the fact that Securus does a great job in ensuring inmates, their families and parolees are safe every day. The letters were received from all parts of the United States and were written by incarceration officers whose responsibility is to ensure that the incarceration surroundings were safe.
Rick Smith, the chief executive of Securus technologies, remarked on how the company develops a technology that helps promote prison safety. “This happens every week. This has contributed to receiving many emails on a daily basis concerning what they build,” said Smith. “It is an honor to serve the country in that manner as building safety was a very vital part of the company”.
Some of the selected comments about Securus technologies are as follows. One customer appreciates the help of Securus on the case where the technology helped accumulate evidence against corrupt staff members. This was gathered from phone call information hence a warrant was obtained. The responsible culprit was arrested the next morning for introducing contraband into the prison.
Another comment expressed client satisfaction with the introduction of call monitoring to ensure that inmates don’t deal in contraband when making their daily calls. Threats and suspicious money transfers were also scrutinized thanks to the . In a different case, information on shots being fired as well as a recommendation on selling of drugs was discovered.
Securus vision of helping improve investigations and promote jail security are widely recognized by its clients and quite welcome. According to the client, the investigative tools coupled with their aggressive investigative mindset always yield excellent results.
Securus is based in Dallas, Texas and is mandated with serving over 1200000 inmates in 3450 facilities across the US. The company’s commitment lies in serving and providing emergency response, facilitating inmate self-service, providing monitoring tools, public information and biometric analysis among other services needed in prisons.