Securus technologies is a prison based company that is located in Dallas, United States of America. It was established back in 1986 and had branch offices in Texas and Atlanta as well. The company boasts of employing at least 1,000 subordinated whose contracts exceed 2,600. These workers serve in different correctional centers around the United States and Canada. In 2016, Securus had invested more than $600 million in technology. Their achievements include at least 140 patents and three years of acquisitions.
In 2004, when T-Netix and Evercom companies merged at the time when they were the big fish in the market. Securus got a chance in 2007 when it acquired the international brand leader in systems of offender management. The company succeeded in the eradication of contraband phones. In 2006, they received a boost after more than five correctional centers approved them.
In 2016 July, Securus partnered with the Harris Corporation to develop the cell defender technology. This year, the company introduced a wireless containment solution whose main aim was to bar contraband phones from connecting to any networks. This company has been involved in setting up video calls centers in prison where inmates can now communicate with their loved ones. Also, Securus engineered the introduction of biometric identification of prisoners.
Securus has majored mainly in providing communication, tracking services, and government information management. It has been recognized as a leader in bringing to market different innovations and being responsive in customer care. Securus has always focused on fulfilling correctional facilities needs in technology and this, in turn, has enforced laws to the community as a whole.
Securus huge steps of success have been defined by the six awards they have received from customer sales and service world awards. The company has gained international recognition for mainly supporting customer care services. The company has brought out the real meaning of civil and criminal justice solutions for technology.