Securus Technologies: Driving Technology in the Inmate Industry

Communication is a very important aspect in life. The relevance and weight of this statement is told more by loved ones having family members incarcerated in correctional facilities. Thanks to Securus Technologies, these individuals are a happy and peaceful lot knowing that their loved ones are well and part of their families even while serving their terms behind bars.

 

Securus Technologies is one of the largest service companies offering detainee patrol and communication services in most American correctional facilities. The company was established in Dallas Texas in 1986. However, thanks to it exemplary service provision; it has opened up its offices in other regions including Georgia, Allen and Carrollton just to name but a few. The current population of the company is 1000 staff and a contract with over 2600 correctional facilities across the United States.

 

Currently Rick Smith is the CEO of Securus Technologies. Thanks to his experience and qualification in the industry, Mr. Rick is helping the company achieve more than one could possibly imagine. In just a spun of three years Mr. Smith has helped the company invest in over $600 million technology projects. This has helped the company fast track and solve major problems affecting it. Securus has equipped its correctional facilities with technologically advanced equipment and it is constantly bettering its policies and services on a weekly basis to make the inmate environment and the external environment safe.

 

The progress so far made by Securus Technologies is recommendable as evidenced by the feedback collected from its different users. Securus technologies strategies when put to use has helped catch and confiscate illegal goods in and out of prison. These technologies have been useful in keeping the outside world peaceful thanks to the monitoring features.

 

Well, maintaining the peace in the inmate industry is not that easy, however, Securus Technology is committed to ensuring it get it right. So far, so good!

 

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