Securus Technologies – Leading Technology Provider for Prisons and Correctional Facilities

Securus Technologies offers civil and criminal justice technology services to its clients ranging from county jails to large prisons in the United States and Canada. The company allows the law enforcement agencies with the right technology to help them maintain public safety. From the emergency response, investigation to the verification and communication services, Securus Technologies has been in the forefront to provide innovative public safety institutions. For the benefit of the country and public safety, prisons are adapting newer technologies and are not afraid to share with the world how they are using it to lower the crime rate in the country.


Securus Technologies constantly receives a number of emails and letters from its clients. All of these contain comments about how their company has helped change lives and made it easier for prison officials to continue with their work. These comments are a motivation to the company as they come to know what they are doing and hope to continue doing so. They are adding newer products to their portfolio so that their clients can fulfill all of their needs from just one company.


People often underestimate the importance of technology. While most prisons were slow in adapting technology by Securus Technologies, I worked in one of those prisons. I have seen for a fact the benefits that these technologies have to offer. Prisons have become much safer than it was before. Since the prisoners know that they are being watched at all times, the crime rates have come down to a great extent. Even drug use and alcohol use which was highly present in jails have died down since prisoners are being easily caught doing illegal activities.


I also read a umber of other comments from other clients of Securus technologies that appreciated their work in making their jails and prisons safe. Those using their software said that their software is the best thing that has happened to their facilities and how they have been using the software for the benefit of prisoners and the public.