Securus Technologies – Emphasizing on Innovation and Development of Incarceration Technology

Securus Technologies is a name that is well-known in the field of inmate communications, and the company offers a broad range of products and services to the inmates as well as the law enforcement officers. The company invests heavily into innovating and developing new products in the field of inmate communications and investigative technology, and by 2016 has already spent close to $600 million for the same. The company plans to expand its operations across the country and in the overseas market as well. Presently, more than 2,600 correctional facilities use its services, and 1.2 million prisoners avail the products and services offered by Securus Technologies.

 

However, it is a figure that is expected to grow rapidly in the time to come as the company continues to develop new products and services. At present, the services of the company are available in 45 states of the United States, Mexico, Canada, and the District of Columbia. Securus Technologies started its operations in the year 1986, and since then has been growing exponentially, especially after the Rick Smith took over as its Chief Executive Officer. The primary aim of Rick Smith upon taking over as the CEO of the company was to emphasize on research and development.

 

At present, the firm has more than 600 patents on its name, and it continues to develop new and unique products and services that the company aims to get patented. The company recently published a press release online where it shared with the public the excerpts from the letters by law enforcement officers, written to Securus Technologies. In the letters, the law enforcement officers have praised the effectiveness of the company’s products and services and how user-friendly it is. It helps in keeping the crime rate low and the law enforcement officials safe. Securus Technologies is a company I trust blindly in the correctional sphere because of its emphasis on technology and cost-efficiency.

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