Securus Technologies is a company that has been making news in the field of inmate communications and criminal justice technology for quite some time now. The company has a vast portfolio of products and services on offer to the inmates as well as the law enforcement agencies. It offers many different kinds of communication services to the detainees, such as video services, phone services, e-mail services, money transfer services, and more. The prisoners depend upon these services to keep in contact with their loved ones, and Securus Technologies continues to make advances in the inmate communications field to contribute as well as make tremendous progress in the correctional sphere.
Securus Technologies likes to keep its business machinery transparent for its customers and investors, and it is why the company invited its clients and investors to visit its technology center based in Dallas, Texas. The company has invested millions into research and development in innovating and developing path-breaking products and services for investigative, crime prevention, criminal justice, and inmate communications. Securus Technologies wants the customers to know about the progress it has made in these sectors, and the clients and investors are visiting the technology center would be given a presentation about the company’s progress and efforts in taking the level of the technology currently available, one notch above.
Securus Technologies also published a press release where it showcased excerpts from the letters it received from the law enforcement officials across the country. The law enforcement officials using the products of Securus Technologies find it very useful and send the company letters of appreciation regularly. The company published parts of these letters withholding the names of the senders for the public to view how the company is contributing towards the safety of the communities across the country. As a law enforcement official myself, I can say for sure that Securus Technologies is doing a great job in shaping the future of crime prevention and inmate communications technology.