Securus Technologies – Helping Build Safer and More Secure Communities Through the Use of Technology

Securus Technologies is a leading government information, parolee tracking, and inmate communication and technology services provider in the United States. The company has made tremendous progress in the field from the time of its inception in the year 1986. Today, it serves over 1.2 million parolees and prisoners in 45 states, and in Mexico, Canada, and the District of Columbia.

 

The company believes in using technology as a potent tool to better the lives of the inmates who are living in isolation, away from the friends and families. Securus Technologies offer high-end communication services that make it possible for the prisoners to communicate with their relatives and friends on a regular basis.

 

The company offers a wide variety of services, including the phone services; web-based messaging system, e-mail services, and photo sharing services, kiosks, money transfer services, video services, and more. At present, more than 2,600 correctional facilities across the United States rely on the technology and services offered by the Securus Technologies. The company has close to 600 patents in its name, and the count is expected to rise considerably in the years to come as it continues to focus on research and development to better and modernize the incarceration experience.

 

Securus Technologies recently shared with the world what the law enforcement officials feel about the company’s services through a press release. In the media release published by the Securus Technologies on the internet, it showcased a series of comments and excerpts from the letters sent to the company’s headquarters in Dallas by hundreds of law enforcement officials from across the country. The law enforcement officials said that the enterprise’s services help them make arrests timely and get the necessary evidence to convict the offenders in the court. I can relate to the press release altogether and feel it is one of the best technology firm in the correctional sphere today.