Securus Works Closely With Corrections Facilities

Securus Technologies is a well-known provider of investigation tools throughout the nation. The company offers services in several different aspects of the industry. Its equipment helps solve inmate-on-inmate crimes and provides the ability for correctional facility staff to manage their environments. There is emergency response technology as well as public information and information management systems. Securus Technologies is making the world a safer place with its products on a daily basis.

 

Securus is an expert on prison technologies and operates throughout the entire United States. It was founded in 1986 and has offices in Texas and Georgia. There are more than 1,000 employees working for Securus on well over 2,600 contracts with facilities throughout the nation. Securus is a firm believer in investing in its future. The company spent more than 600 million dollars on patents and acquisitions within a three-year time frame.

 

Executives at Securus Technologies want to continue to push the company forward in order to provide opportunity for its employees, and offer the best services to its clients. Offender Management Systems was one of the acquisitions that was made by Securus Technologies. Offender Management had been the leader of the industry up until its acquisition in 2007.

 

Communication is one of the many specialties that Securus Technologies offers. It is a key component to helping correctional facilities operate in a safe manner. Their cell phone package was designed to assist with the problem of contraband entering the premises. The system was approved by at least 5 Department of corrections facilities upon its inception. Securus eventually partnered with the Harris Corporation on cell phone technology. They offer correctional facilities the ability to prevent cell phones from connecting with mobile networks outside of the compound.

 

Securus Technologies eventually acquired JPay Incorporated. JPay Incorporated was doing good business throughout the United States as an electronic payment provider for correctional facilities. The company also offered email and entertainment systems. It has contracts with detainment facilities in over 33 States throughout the country. The acquisition of JPay allows Securus to provide service to correctional facilities within the United States.