When incarcerations facilities use technology, they need it to be reliable and trustworthy. In a recently-published customer comment list, Securus Technologies made it clear again why it remains a leader in the justice technology field: the company’s technology is reliable and trustworthy enough to satisfy even the justice department.
Multiple customers credited Securus with critical timing and information monitoring that either prevented crime or contributed to the apprehension of suspects. All the customer comments published indicated that Securus’ monitoring technology is strong enough to withstand legal scrutiny in a field where that threshold is both crucial and challenging to surpass.
Securus’ crime prevention was credited with making facilities safer for all who live and work in them. The monitoring capability reduced staff corruption and widespread contraband on several occasions. The advanced technology applied intelligently by Securus designers enables quick and easy access to monitored conversations with powerful search and filtering features.
They serve over 3,400 agencies and over one million inmates across the United States by providing emergency and incident management, inmate and parolee communications solutions, inmate financial and administrative self-service, investigation, biometric analysis, and a variety of monitoring services.