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Securus Technologies Customers Show their Satisfaction on Services Provided by the Company

Securus Technologies Customers Show their Satisfaction on Services Provided by the Company published on

Securus Technologies is a leading civil and criminal justice solutions provider to the law enforcement and correctional agencies. The privately held company has its headquarters in Dallas, Texas with four regional offices in Dallas and one in Atlanta, Georgia. The company has been providing services to over 3,450 correctional agencies serving more than 1.2 million inmates in 45 states in addition to the District of Columbia, Canada, and Mexico.

 

 

Securus Services

 

 

Since their inception in 1986, Securus Technologies has grown into the country’s leading provider of high-tech software solutions, parole tracking, and detainee communication services. Their highly qualified teams of experts provide various public safety services such as biometric analysis, incident management, public information, emergency response, as well as monitoring of products and services.

 

 

Securus Technologies has also played a significant role in helping correctional agencies with the collection, consolidation, storage, and distribution of information in real time, allowing immediate access to information when the need arises. Their telephone services in addition to the video visitation have allowed the incarcerated to share special moments with their loved ones.

 

 

The Customers Comments

 

 

Most jail and prison officials have expressed their gratitude through emails and formal letters following the excellent services provided by Securus Technologies. The officials claim that the technology provided by Securus has helped in solving and preventing crimes in the prisons hence improving the incarceration experience. Rick Smith, the Chairman and CEO of Securus also confirmed that the company aims at developing new products and services on a weekly basis to ensure their effectiveness in maintaining a safe environment at the incarceration centers.