Securus Technologies and Its Deep Integration with Technology Gives Fruitful Result

Securus Technologies, a renowned correction firm based in Dallas, has a history of betting on technology to be the industry leader, for long years. The company’s deep association with technology has given some innovative products in parolee tracking, inmate monitoring services, government information management solutions, investigation assistance services, detainee communications, and more. Recently, the prison technology company has come up with a solution that can control contraband cell phones. In the year 2016, it has developed a specially designed Managed Access Solutions, and it was approved by more than five Correction Departments. It has also developed Cell Defender technology in the same year by collaborating with Harris Corporation.


Interestingly, its contributions, in terms of providing best-in-class technology solutions, helped government agencies, correctional facilities, and prison authorities to address many of the existing issues. Securus has confirmed multiple times that it has received a large number of emails from facility customers showing how the technology solutions helped them to solve many crimes, address the misses in the prison administration, unreported incidents, and more. In 2016, Securus has come with many comments highlighting the importance of its services. Many of those comments were highlighting the efficiency of call tracking services and its importance in addressing many crimes and issues noted inside various prisons.


Securus was founded in the year 1986, and it has regional offices in Allen, Atlanta, and Carrollton. The firm provides its services in 2,600 correctional facilities in North America and is one of the largest spenders in prison technology innovations; it has spent about $600 million on acquisitions, patents, and technologies in the last three years. Altogether, it serves more than 1,000,000 inmates in the country with ever-increasing numbers year after year. It also provides services including inmate self-service, emergency response, public information, incident management, biometric analysis, information management, and more, to various players of criminal justice system of the country.



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