With issues of safety, investigation, and corrections in our correctional facilities these days there could be a ray of hope. Securus Technologies had shared results of a recent survey that more than half of the facilities are focusing on updates in their technology. These would be improving productivity, profitability, and of course inmate satisfaction. This focus is for the current year (2016) that huge opportunities such as automating operations will help with improvements. As always the first step is admitting there is a problem, which the facilities readily did. Importance of productivity going hand in hand with safety as well as inmate satisfaction can lead to possible video visitation as well as tablets that are critical to their success.
Demonstrating the ability to rise to these needs Securus has invested in the $1.5 million Technology Center. This facility holds the latest technology solutions for both civil and criminal justice. A testament to the one of a kind opportunity for leaders of facilities of all sizes to have a firsthand look at what Securus Technologies are capable of. These services and technologies are served in real time as opposed to how things may work. Securus Technologies’ headquarters is located in Dallas, Texas. While serving more than 3,450 public safety, law enforcement, and corrections facilities. This leads to over a whopping 1,200,000 inmates within the United States. They are committed to ‘serve and connect’ by providing many services. Emergency response, public information, and biometric analysis to name just a few. Their company focuses on ‘connecting what matters’. Safety and security certainly do matter for all that are involved.
Securus House is a safe space for domestic violence victims and is also not a part of Securus Technologies.