Securus Technologies has made commendable effort to curb criminal action ad correspondence through the development of technological aids for use in criminal activity management and streamlining judicial lines.
Staff members in criminal detention facilities have had a chance to use tools and intelligence from Securus. They have reviewed them and reported that the tools have enabled them to prevent as well as intercept criminal action in progress.
Here are samples of achievements users have made using Securus’ products;
An officer and fellow team members used information retrieved from phone calls to acquire a search warrant against a fraudulent staff member. Officers from another facility reported having acquired information about multiple criminal actions involving inmates and civilians from call monitoring. A third facility’s officers admitted to depending on Securus’ technology solutions in service delivery for over a decade. Investigative tools have been reported to ensure effective investigations in multiple facilities. A number of facilities also said that their premises had utilized Securus’ technology to intercept and curb cases of contraband.
The LBS software, a genius product from Securus, together with other law-enforcement resources aided in the recovery of assets, drugs, and cash worth millions. LBS and Investigator Pro give Securus clearance as the best security facility communications provider, according to several reviews by officers. Information retrieved using the company’s technology has been used as evidence in judicial trials.
The company has continued to receive numerous positive reviews from its products’ users. Currently, it serves over 3450 facilities and over 1.2 million inmates. It is based in Dallas, Texas. It offers services that include incident management, biometric analysis, emergency response and information management among others. Richard A. Smith, the CEO of Securus Technologies, states that every week, the company comes up with a new service or product on course with its mission, which is connecting what matters.