Securus Technologies is a prominent name in the field of inmate communications and has developed some of the cutting edge technologies to help the inmates communicate with their loved ones on a regular basis without spending a fortune. The company has been in the business of inmate communications and prison technology for close to thirty years and has a solid understanding of what works and what doesn’t in this sector. It is what helps Securus Technologies to come up with a comprehensive range of technologically advanced products and services that are far more superior to what the competitors provide.
The products and services offered by Securus Technologies are also more affordable than what the competitors’ offer, which is why they are preferred by many correctional agencies across Canada and the United States of America. Presently, around a million prisoners and close to 2,600 correctional facilities are using the products and services offered by Securus Technologies. The number is expected to rise in the years to come as the company’s CEO, Rick Smith, plans massive expansion move. The company also recently announced that it had spent more than $600 million in the last three years for patent acquisition and research and development. It is what has helped the company to develop products and services that are superior to what the counterparts offer.
Rick Smith said in an interview recently that the company is trying hard to ensure that the future of inmate communications looks great and that not only it becomes more affordable, but also provides for more communication opportunities for the detainees. Apart from the inmate communications and criminal justice technology, the company also provides parolee tracking and government information management solutions. The company recently released a news release online where it shared what the law enforcement officers feel about the company’s services. The law enforcement officers believe that the services offered by Securus Technologies are what would craft the future of inmate communications and crime prevention technology in the future.