Securus Technologies is a leading provider of civil and criminal justice technology solutions for public safety, investigation, corrections, and monitoring. The company announced that eleven of its field specialists had received internationally recognized certification.
In a recent PR Newswire press release it was announced that eleven of Securus Technologies field specialists had been certified by the Building Industry Consulting Service International (BICSI). Read the entire PR Newswire press release here: Eleven Securus Technologies Field Service Specialists Achieve Prestigious BICSI Installer 1 Certification
Securus Technologies is a private for-profit prison technology company using new technologies to meet the communication needs of inmates and their families and friends. The company is based in Dallas, Texas. It began life in 1986 and has more than 1000 employees working to satisfy the needs of the 2,200 correctional facility it serves in the United States of America and Canada. Securus announced in July of 2016 that it had invested more than $600 million in technologies, patents, and acquisitions in the three previous years.
Securus Technologies is a leader in the new prison communication system that saves families of those in prisons time and money by eliminating the need for the dehumanizing face to face visits that previously was the only way to communicate with those incarcerated in American and Canadian prisons. Securus has been successful in building and maintaining a state of the art audio and video system made possible by the newest computer technologies.
This system has been applauded by prison officials and staff as a cost-saving system that eliminates time-consuming visitation proceedings that stressed the staff and often left inmates in agitated emotional states.
Securus Technologies has provided the necessary communication between inmates and family and friends. This interaction is necessary to offer a pathway for the inmate’s return to society. Read more about Securus Technologies on the Wikipedia site here.