Securus Technologies – Leading Technology Company for Correctional Facilities
Securus Technologies is a United States based company that provides the most advanced technology to inmates and correctional facilities throughout the world. The company was founded in 1986 and currently serves over 2,000 correctional facilities with more than 1,000 employees. Securus Technologies announced in the summer of 2016 that they had invested more than $600 million in advancing their technologies and creating patents.
As the leading provider for criminal and civil systems, Securus receives a large amount of correspondence from facility customers all over the world. Securus is famous for using their technological advancements to help prevent crimes and other activities from happening. Their secure monitoring systems are one of the most high end generated systems in the world, and they are helping save lives, secure safety and welcome monitoring communications. Thousands of letters were received from facility customers saying that because of Securus, they were able to locate information from certain phone calls and track down a staff member that wasn’t following protocol. Other letters report that because of Securus, they were able to monitor important phone calls between inmates and outside sources which led to a drug interaction.
For over 30 years, Securus has been providing ways to revolutionize technology and stay relevant with all of the advancements being produced. They have developed over 140 patents and provide products that others don’t provide. Their headquarters are located in Dallas, Texas, where they vow to connect what matters. They work hard to provide exceptional services to their customers and ensure that each transaction is securely monitored. They are proud to provide high quality services at an affordable price while offering the most revolutionized innovative technologies. For many years they have been able to invest their income back into the company. They report that approximately $19 million has been reinvested back into Securus.