Securus Technologies is a popular name in the civil and criminal technology domain. The solution company offers assists in ensuring better public safety, investigation purposes, monitoring, and corrections. Coming from the family where I have seen my loved ones getting incarcerated, I have experienced how the technology solutions offered by Securus helps in solving and preventing crimes, which also includes crimes committed by inmate-on-inmate.
The company offers advanced solutions in the domain they excel in and has an innovative approach. Chairman and CEO of Securus Technologies, Richard Smith recently said that the company constantly develops technological products and applications that helps the correction officials, the justice system and law enforcement agencies to make society much safer by solving as well as preventing crimes.
Most of all, I do not only admire the services the company offers to help make the world a much safer place and put culprits behind the bar, but also how transparent they are regarding their business conduct and operations. The company recently extended an open invitation to existing and potential customers and investors to check out their Technology Center, located in Dallas, Texas. The company would provide a presentation to the guests on what company does and brief on how the applications of the company help with solving and preventing crimes across the globe.
Moreover, I have also gone through the comments the company issued from its customers on how their applications are helping curb crime and bring culprits to justice. It has helped with providing evidence to getting crucial information that has saved lives. For me, the technology that saves lives should be used globally, especially in the turbulent times the world is facing regarding homegrown criminal activities and threats of global terrorists.
Securus Technologies had helped my family member when he was an inmate by getting him protection when he needed it, and also the evidence collected with the help of their applications made his case stronger in the court of law.