Securus Technologies is leading in criminal justice technology solutions

Background

 

Securus technologies is an American profit prison technology industry founded in 1986 in Dallas, Texas with office branches in Allen, Atlanta, Georgia, and Carrollton. The company is one of the world’s leading provider of criminal justice technologies solutions improving the safety of citizens and modernizing the prison experiences for inmates with over $600 million investments. In 2007, Securus Technologies Company acquired the international brand leader in Management Systems called the Syscon Justice Systems.

 

Securus Technologies products

 

Securus Technology Company provides public safety solution which is made to help cities, citizens and the law enforcers to conveniently collect, combine, store and distribute information in time to access valuable information for emergency response. Most law enforcement agencies rely on Securus for a technology solution that is readily available.

Securus Technologies connects family and friends to those in prisons. It is one of the largest companies in America that provide telephone service to inmates in prisons at a higher rate than the general public. It provides the hi-tech software solutions. Like most law enforcers rely on this company, correctional agencies also look up to Securus for some of the most powerful technologies that are secure and easy to use.

 

Securus provides emergency response, public management, investigation, verification of communication and also monitors products and services making our world a better place to live.

 

Securus Company introduced a system to control contraband cellphones getting approval from correctional facilities and law enforcement agencies. In 2006, Securus Company partnered with Harris Corporation on cell defender technology. The company announced its wireless containment solution which was developed to control contraband cellphones from connecting to mobile networks.

 

Conclusion

 

The company has employed more than 1,000 people and have made contracts with 2,600 correctional facilities serving over 2,200 of the correctional facilities across the United States and Canada. The company employs thousands of engineers, technologists, designers, and thinkers to innovate solutions.