Securus Technologies Continues to Provide Reliable Services

Based in Dallas Texas, Securus Technologies is a profit based company that was founded in 1986. The company serves prisons in the United States by providing several essential services. It serves 2,600 correctional facilities in the US and has employed about 1,000 people. As of July 2016, the company had invested more than $600 million in the field of technology, patterns and accusations.


Securus is one of the largest providers of communication services to detainees, offers parolee tracking devices and even provides the government with information management solutions. The company serves more than 1 million inmates nationwide. Securus focuses on providing specialized needs for the correctional facilities while ensuring that the law is enforced. The company provides the latest innovative and comprehensive technical solutions to all the prison it serves. It is also known for being very good when dealing with customer complaints or demands.


The current CEO, who has played a significant role in spearheading the company, is Rick Smith. Securus has offices in Atlanta, Georgia, Dallas and Texas. The offices in these different cities have made it easy for the company to coordinate its operations. In 2007, Securus Technologies acquired Syscon Justice Systems, which was then the international brand leader in offender management system.


Securus, which prides itself in providing technological solutions that make it safe for all people including the inmates, says that serving is an honor. The company’s services have made correctional officers, detainees, and their relatives very happy. According to some of them, it is through the cell phones provided by the company that they got information that was later used to get law offenders.


Other prison officials have expressed their satisfaction with the technology and vision of Securus Technologies for a better and safer environment. According to customers, the technology employed will enable the future investigations, thus improving jail security.