Securing the Safety of Inmates through Technology and Innovation

Securus Technologies is an American profit-making prison tech company, founded in 1986 and headquartered in Dallas, Texas. It has other regional offices in Atlanta, Allen, Carrollton and Texas Counties. Securus Technologies has employed more than 1,000 employees in these general offices and reaching out to 2,600 correctional facilities in the United States. It is the only company with a prison clientele of up to 1,000,000 inmates.

 

Securus Technologies is one of the largest providers of detainee communications, government info management systems and parolee tracking. It is an undisputed leader in providing comprehensive, technical and innovative solutions for the law enforcement agencies. In 2016, Securus Technologies had invested more than $600 million in patents, technologies and their acquisitions.

 

Customer comments and reactions

Securus Technologies has published a good number of facility customer comments on the efficiency and use of technology to solve and prevent the rampant inmate-on-inmate crimes. The comments have been sampled from a great deal of emails and letters that we receive in the jails. People are receptive to the new products developed on a weekly basis by Securus, which helps the law enforcement agencies to curb crimes better than before.

 

There are thousands of emails and correspondence letters on how to build and keep the society safe. They include the safety of inmates, parolees, and their families. Building safety has become part of the DNA of Securus Technologies, an honor to serve the community.

 

Products and services

The company introduced a new platform and system to control contraband cell phones. The feature saw Securus receive the approval of more than five Departments of Corrections, a great feat due to their expert Managed Access Solutions. The Harris Corporation partnered with Securus Technologies in July of 2016 on the Cell Defender Technology. The partnership led to the upgrading of the system in 2017 to a wireless Containment Solution. The latest move is meant to control the widespread use of Contraband Cell Phones, from getting access to the main mobile networks.