Securus Technologies Offers Technology Solutions in the Civil and Justice Systems

Many facilities are praising technology solutions from Securus Technologies because of the positive impact the firm is having on their work and day-to-day lives. The firm’s technology has been used to prevent crimes such as inmate-on-inmate crimes, and also solve other problems. On average, Securus Technologies develops a product a week for solving and preventing crime. The firm has, therefore, won over the hearts of many. In one facility, the company’s technology helped in the arrest of a corrupt staff member who was introducing contraband into the facilities. Additionally, the company has on multiple occasions offered technology and solutions cases of harassment and potential threat. In another incident, the firm helped in the recovery of millions of illegal drugs, assets and cash money. Securus Technologies has, therefore, revolutionized civil and criminal justice systems in the country.

 

About Securus Technologies

 

Technology solutions from Securus Technologies Company have assisted in improving public safety, corrections agencies, and law enforcement. The firm is a leading provider of such technologies because not only does it own hundreds of patents, but it also has a dedicated workforce composed of technologists, designers, engineers, and innovative thinkers dedicated to providing these high-tech software solutions. These solutions have come in handy for those wishing to connect the incarcerated with their loved ones, connecting correctional facility staff to vital information, and helping connect the dots in investigative leads, among others.

 

Products Offered

 

Securus Technologies deals in different products. The firm provides a system that can be used to control contraband cell phones in prison facilities. It also provides Managed Access Solutions, and Cell Defender technology, among others. In 2017, the firm has introduced Wireless Containment Solution used to prevent contraband cell phones from connecting to mobile networks.