Solving and preventing crimes particularly in incarceration facilities is a responsibility jail officials find extra sensitive and demanding. Whereas the job must be done, the concerns that jail officials raise cannot be ignored especially bearing in mind that the facilities harbor people of negative criminal records. With technology, however, the burden on the officials’ shoulders is significantly minimized. One company that is helping officials to maintain law and order within America’s incarceration facilities is Securus Technologies. The company has a team that comprises of bright tech minds that innovates tech tools that promote public safety and improve the accuracy of investigations and monitoring within jails and prisons.
With a high success rate in the curbing of inmate-on-inmate crimes, jail officials are feeling optimistic that indeed technology will be the game changer in their job. A majority of those whose tech solutions that are provided by Securus Technologies are satisfied with the commitment and innovativeness adapted by the company. As a show of this satisfaction, these officials send in positive reviews and testimonials. According to CEO Richard Smith, letters and emails trickle in on a daily basis with inmates’ relatives also appreciating how Securus has aided in the transformation of their folk behind bars.
Testimonials and Reviews
The CEO is in no doubt happy with the way his tech experts and salespeople are revolutionizing the incarceration tech market. He affirmed that the teams are committed to ensuring that at least one new tech tool is released to the market on a weekly basis to keep the consistency of high performance. While making those remarks, Rick Smith allowed a sampling to be done for the thousands of testimonials and be published.
Reviews and testimonials were different from one customer to the other, but one common factor in all of them was that solving crimes has never been easier. They pointed out that Securus Technologies was consistent in providing tools that facilitate jail security. Officials also noted that they could stop crimes, investigate with ease, and most importantly, manage the inmates’ transformation processes in a much more efficient way. The Texas-based firm is expected to keep doing what it does best, and that is to innovate.