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.