Prison Communication

Securus Technologies: Looking After the Security of the Public

Americans were shocked upon hearing the news of a baby who was murdered by an unknown assailant. The baby just turned nine months old, and upon the investigation of the police, they found out that the murder of the infant was an act of revenge. After careful examination of the evidence left in the crime scene, the police pointed out who the possible suspect might be. It turned out that the main suspect for the case was a man who is already detained inside the prison. He confessed his crime, stating that he just wanted to bring terror to the uncle of the baby whom he had quarrels with in the past. He also revealed that he used a contraband cell phone to execute his plan to murder the baby.

 

 

The rising numbers of the contraband cell phones inside prison cells is a growing concern for the jail officers. Robert Johnson, a former jail officer in North Carolina, had to leave his job because he was already assaulted by some of the prisoners just because he is doing his duty. He stated that contraband cell phones are being smuggled every day in the local correctional facility he was working with, and upon the orders of his superior, he would keep on confiscating these contraband cell phones and surrendering them to the authorities.

 

 

One day, while he was performing his duty, one of the prisoners gave him a threat that if he would not stop confiscating their cell phones, he will be murdered mercilessly. Knowing that the prisoner could not do something while he is behind bars, Robert Johnson felt confident that nothing will happen to him. However, he was much mistaken, as two armed men stormed his house shooting him six times. He was left bleeding on the floor. Luckily, his wife is alert, and she immediately took him to the hospital. The doctors managed to remove the bullets inside his body, and they consider his survival as a miracle. After careful investigations on the crime committed against him, it was found out that the same person inside the prison who gave him the death threat is the one behind his assassination. It was also orchestrated through the use of contraband cell phones.

 

 

Robert Johnson left the correctional facility to protect his family and chose to become a consultant for Securus Technologies instead. The newest device released by Securus Technologies, called the wireless containment system, is his idea. He wanted a device that would render all contraband cell phones inside the correctional facility useless, and with the technology developed by Securus Technologies, he is hoping that no other private citizen would experience the horror that he went through. So far, the wireless containment system has shown its effectivity, as less contraband cell phones are being smuggled inside the prison.

 

 

Securus Technologies Providing Highly Mature Investigative Services to the Law Enforcement Agencies

Any company that wants to grow and expand has to continuously develop new products and services as well as have to ensure that its customer engagement rate is high. The company that listens to the customers and provides complete customer satisfaction is sure to grow, and Securus Technologies has been able to do precisely that in the last few years. The new CEO of Securus Technologies, Rick Smith, has been focusing on strengthening the company research and development measures to ensure that it can develop breakthrough technologies in the correctional field. The Securus Technologies doesn’t only establish high-end inmate communication services but also provides investigative services that are highly helpful for the law enforcement agencies.

 

The law enforcement agencies these days need technological products to work efficiently, and it also adds a layer of security while working. Over the years, the investigative services and solutions provided by Securus Technologies have helped in saving many lives and has contributed significantly to developing safer communities where it serves. The contraband supply rate has decreased dramatically with the help of monitoring technology offered by Securus Technologies. It is, for this reason, many of the law enforcement officers have written to the company about their positive experiences with the company’s products and services.

 

Many of the positive comments from the letters of appreciation written by the law enforcement officers are quoted by the company in a press release it recently published. It has helped the company gain considerable mileage in the correctional field. As a law enforcement officer, I can say that the company’s investigative services are better than what is offered by its counterparts and help us work efficiently without fear. Many times, these investigative services have helped us catch the criminals before the crime is committed, and also provides us admissible evidence that gets the criminal convicted.

 

 

Securus Technologies Helping Convict Dangerous Felons

When criminals want to keep the truth from authorities, they will go to great lengths to conceal evidence until they are allowed back on the streets. I work inside a very dangerous jail, and I can not tell you how many violent criminals are walking in and out of the jail because of overcrowded conditions and lack of evidence. It has come to the point that these inmates know how to work the system, knowing they will be right back on the streets before the calendar flips.

 

Although the inmates think this is a revolving door system, our prison has taken the initiative to put a stop to these violent offenders getting back on the street where they can hurt others. We recently contacted Securus Technologies to install their modern inmate telephone call monitoring system to try and give us an edge as far as catching inmates red-handed.

 

Securus Technologies currently has a team dedicated to making the world safer, and all thousand employees of that company have already installed the same monitoring system in well over two thousand jails in this country. The LBS software can monitor all the calls the inmates are making at the same time, picking out specific verbiage and alerting authorities.

 

To give you a clear understanding as to how this system has help convict dangerous felons, we only need to look at how things have changed in the last month. We recently had one convict placed in a cell, and he was adamant he would not be here long by the way he disrespected me and my fellow officers. He would make calls at night to his crew on the outside, bragging about his crime, about how he got away with it, about how he silenced all witnesses. His mouth and the call monitoring system assured his time in our prison was in fact lengthy.