Securus Technologies is a profit organization that provides technical solutions to correctional facilities. The company uses its products to beef up security within law enforcement facilities as well as the community at large. It offers services that involve telecommunication in the corrections sector, which positively influences the safety of individuals, parole officers and detainees. Securus Technologies is managed by Rick Smith, a renowned electrical engineer. Smith acts as its chief executive officer. The company has several branches across the United States and Canada, with over one thousand workers attached to the divisions. The communication company designs LBS software, which is commonly used by officers when identifying contraband products.
Employees of Securus Technologies are experts in the field of marketing and engineering. The company’s quality and innovative products make it be featured among the leading inmate communications providers in the United States. The firm expanded its services to offers its services to over two thousand correctional facilities in Carrolton, Allen, Georgia, and Atlanta. The communication firm has a five-star rating earned from the Better Business Bureau for its quality services. Payments within the company are automated after the enterprise acquired JPay Inc.
Securus Technologies offers communication gadgets that enable inmates to communicate with their families. The accessories are designed to collect data from correctional facilities, which is later presented to parole officers for scrutiny. Phones offered by the company are invented to record audios that are used to monitor activities of inmates. Securus Technologies helps to reduce the use of drugs and substance, by providing video graphics of the facilities. The communication company continues to ensure that all software offered by the firm are updated weekly, to meet demands of clients. Besides providing quality services and products, prices of their commodities are usually reasonably priced. The company holds the most extensive account of inmates in the United States alongside serving over one million inmates.