Securus Technologies Strives to Make the World Safer

Securus Technologies are one the forefront of providing crime-solving technology to law enforcement units for better execution of investigations and safety procedures. It is a fact that technology has a big part to play when it comes to making the world safer. The fact that criminals and law breakers are using technology to get ahead only makes it sensible to stay ahead of the perpetrators Securus has come up with quite some crime tech software and devices that have gone a long way not only to solve a crime before it happens but make incarceration centers easier to handle.

The company is set in Dallas, Texas handling more than 3450 law enforcement, public safety and corrections agencies with over 1.2 million inmates all across North America. Securus Technologies provides emergency response, investigation, public information, biometric analysis, data management, communication, monitoring products, and services as well as inmate self-service platforms for the purpose of making the world a safer place for all. The company focuses and connecting what matters at the end of the day making it possible to pinpoint crime and perpetrators real time.

In a recent press release, Securus divulged some of the feedback that they have been getting from some of the users of the tech right from law enforcement to prisons. The feedback also opened up the world to the reality on the ground especially when it comes to correctional facilities where crime extends to the inside. The tech has so far helped authorities counter contraband, corruption and planned escapes from the prisons by monitoring the devices and communication channels available in the facilities. They have also managed to track down perpetrators and criminals through their phones and surveillance shortening the time taken to make arrests. The tech is no doubt the future of handling crime. More law enforcement’s units are getting onboard, and it seems like just a matter of time before Securus Technologies goes global on crime solving software.