Securus Technologies has become one of the most preferred companies in the correctional sphere in the last few years. The company started its operations in the year 1986, and in a relatively short period has been able to dominate the market, mainly because the company offers conventional products yet in an unconventional manner. The company uses technology to offers its products and services that are far more superior to what is available in the market. Securus Technologies is also known in the correctional industry for the customer service it provides. Securus Technologies recently won the highly reputed Gold Stevie Award for the best customer service, which showcases the commitment of the company to provide high-quality products and services to its clients in a streamlined manner.
Securus Technologies has been able to dominate the market also because it keeps the prices of its products and services cheap. The company understands that the inmates are already going through tough time and burdening them further with high communication rates would make it difficult for them to keep in contact with their loved ones. Moreover, the company is doing in-depth research on increasing communication opportunities and reducing the price further. The CEO of Securus Technologies, Rick Smith, said that the firm is focused on contributing to the correctional sphere and helping the inmates get closer to their families and friends even while incarcerated.
Securus Technologies believes in maintaining transparency with its customers and investors, which is why it published a press release to showcase the love it is being showered upon by the law enforcement officers. Many of the law enforcement personnel write a letter to the company, showcasing what they feel about its products and services. The positive comments in the letters to the law enforcement officers were shared by the firm through a news release recently for the world to see.
Keeping dangerous fugitives off the street is a difficult job that me and my fellow officers take very serious. The job is always different for each fugitive, and this month we had a very challenging case to deal with as this suspect was actually still committing crimes and daring officers to try and catch him. The fugitive would hide in wooded areas after committing crimes, making it impossible to locate or capture him in that rough terrain. The big issue we had here was this suspect was an expert woodsman, and he could literally live off the land for years without ever needing to resurface.
This big issue we had with this fugitive was he was not only able to hide from us in very difficult terrain, he was getting help from family and friends who would harbor him, feed him, and get him weapons to keep his crime spree in full force. We decided rather than go after the suspect, we would put pressure on his family. We arrested a few of his siblings on weapons charges and let them sit in a jail cell for a few days. The thinking here was that if we annoyed our suspect by arresting his loved ones, he would do something without thinking and allow my team to catch him before he committed another crime.
The local jail now has the Securus Technologies phone monitoring system in place, so we can not only listen to what the inmates say, the LBS software can monitor for specific conversations. This company has over one thousand employees all dedicated to making this world safe, and the CEO Rick Smith, says his Dallas-based company will help any way they can. Little did we know this system was going to bust this case wide open for us.
We began to monitor the calls of these siblings and discovered that our suspect was in fact hiding in a relatives barn when he wasn’t in the woods. That was something we did not know because the farm was miles from where we would see the suspect entering the woods. Rather than wait for him to make his next robbery, we sent a team to the farm and surrounded him before he could get to the woods. He surrendered quietly and never fired off a single shot for fear his family may be involved or hurt in the crossfire of bullets.
Securus Technologies is one of the market leaders in the inmate communications technology and for years has helped make the incarceration experience better. The inmate communications technology offered by Securus has helped the prisoner stay in touch with their friends and relatives, and it has helped bring families together and make lives of prisoners better. The crime prevention technology offered by Securus Technologies also helps the law enforcement officials to perform their duty safely and reliably, ensuring safer communities. It also helps the law enforcement agencies to get the information they need to convict the offender.
Securus Technologies is one of the most prominent companies in the inmate communication and criminal justice field, and have a lot of services to offer the detainees and the law enforcement agencies. Few of these services include calling cards, pre-paid cards, phone services, video services, money transfer services, and so on. These services help the prisoners to enjoy a wide variety of services even in the jail environment that makes their life easier and more connected to the outside world.
Securus Technology recently released a press release online that showcased a series of excerpts from the letters the company received from the jail and law enforcement officials. In the comments, the officials have mentioned how the services like LBS and other crime prevention services offered by Securus helps the officials to work safely and accurately, keeping the crime rate and criminals in check. The information and analytic data services provided by Securus also helps the officials to get the information they need to convict the offenders in the court of justice.
As a jail official myself, I can say that the services of the company are not only helpful but necessary in today’s date to keep the crime rate low. It has the potential to save lives, and it helps in letting the criminals know that they are being watched and monitored, which is a good way to keep crime rate in check.