Many different services are offered to the inmates these days to make their lives stress free and comfortable inside the prison. One of the services that are essential to achieving this objective is the inmate communication services. It helps the inmates to stay in contact with their loved ones and know what they are up to. Staying in isolation is tough, and it can mess up with the mind in many different ways, but the inmate communication services help in cutting the distress on the detainees.
Securus Technologies is one of the leading firms that provide inmate communication services in the United States, Canada, and the District of Columbia. Securus Technologies provides its services at a meager price and reaches out to over 1.2 million inmates across its network. The company is planning to reach out to a wider network of inmates in the time to come by making inroads into more correctional facilities.
At present, Securus Technologies offers its services to close to 3.000 prisons, a figure that is expected to snowball shortly. It is because the CEO of Securus Technologies, Rick Smith, has mentioned about his plans for expansion in the near future. Securus Technologies provides a broad range of correctional technologies and services, which includes parolee tracking service, governmental information management system, inmate communication services, investigative technology and services, and more. The company has plans to expand its products and services portfolio shortly and ensure that the end users in the correctional sphere are helped with the developing technology developed by the company.
Securus Technologies’ products and services are greatly appreciated by the law enforcement officers as well, who have written to the company expressing their admiration for the work they are doing to advance the correctional sphere. Securus Technologies published a press release where they showcased parts of the letters written by the law enforcement officers expressing their views on how Securus Technologies is contributing to the correctional space.