Securus Technologies Increasing Quality of Life in Prisons

Inmate welfare has been a top concern for the company of Securus Technologies Inc for the past five years or so. The business has been directing efforts and resources towards the cause as they are working on several projects at once in order to up the quality of life in prisons across the United States of America.

 

Securus Technologies is a firm believer that incarceration should change people for the better instead of the other way around. The company believes that if the quality of life in prisons were higher, then inmates would feel more integrated towards society and they would be more valuable members of the community once they are released.

 

Inmate welfare, however, requires work on many fronts. Money is always an issue as funds are necessary to create resources for inmates to provide the means of education, entertainment, and communication. Medical care is also another large part of the process as it is still somewhat shaky in the United States.

 

Securus Technologies is a vast corporation with strong assets which has enabled it to action. The company dropped its rates for phone calls and video calls so that inmates stay in touch with their friends and family on the outside. Additionally, The corporation has been joining forces with several other businesses to come up with revolutionary products in the civil and criminal justice industry.

 

Most recently, Securus Technologies acquired the global JPay, Inc. Together they have created a new platform that combines payments digitally, provides communication, education, and entertainment all in the same place. The product was so well received in the industry that the two might collaborate on a project again the future.

 

Securus Technologies offers its service not only to the correction industry but to business owners as the company works in civil justice as well.

 

 

Securus Technologies Is The All Encompassing Third Eye Of Protection

For over 20 years, we at Securus Technologies have strived to provide excellence as an international for profit innovative technology solutions company. Our main focus is improving the safety, telecommunications, and efficiency of business operations related to law enforcement and correction facilities. We have invested millions of dollars developing patented technology products, comprehensive services, and related business acquisitions to create a unique technology platform.

 

The Securus technology platform is comprised of seamlessly operating information technology systems, equipment, and data analytics to improve business operations. Our forward thinking engineers, technology developers, and designers assess the specific needs of each client to provide products and services that are most beneficial for their particular facility. We avail our customers on demand requests to develop new products and/or services to aid law enforcement and corrections officials to solve and prevent crimes. Our commitment to meeting the needs of our customers is key to the phenomenal success of Securus.

 

As a leading provider of civil and criminal justice technology solutions, we serve as an extra measure of safety for the surrounding communities, a valuable investigative tool for law enforcement, and as a third eye monitoring activities within the corrections facility environment. The attestations of our customers reveal that Securus Technologies plays a pivotal role in preventing and solving crimes while simultaneously enhancing public safety and the incarceration environment.

 

The following summarized excerpts are from actual customer letters and/or emails:

 

“We are impressed with your vision. This evolution of investigative tools and the capabilities provided intertwines with our own aggressive investigative mindset.”

 

“Your assistance enabled us to use telecommunications information to obtain a search warrant for a corrupt staff member who was subsequently arrested for introducing contraband at our facility.”

 

Securus Technologies makes the job of law enforcement and corrections officials a little easier.