Securus Technologies Introduces New Technologies For The Corrections Institutions

Securus Technologies has been at the heart of the corrections and law enforcement industry for a number of years, which has seen the company take up a leading role in providing telecommunications and inmate communication monitoring. The latest technology has been introduced by Securus to prisons across North America where the need to monitor the interactions of inmates is of great importance. Needing to make sure any interactions between inmates are closely monitored makes sense to myself and to the prison authorities who are always on guard to make sure they are aware of suspicious behavior that could later become a problem.

Securus is a name known to myself and the majority of major corrections agencies in the world, largely because of the high level of sophistication the company has recently introduced. At the end of 2015 Securus began adding to its sales team with employees we can all see are of the highest quality and I believe will bring the company a large amount of success in the future. Keeping all of us safe by monitoring inmate phone calls and communication is the aim of Securus, who I became aware of soon after their establishment, which has been followed by the video visitation technology developed being used by more than 3,000 law enforcement agencies across North America.

After researching the THREADS 3.1 software recently introduced by Securus I was impressed by the high level of attention to detail that seems to have taken place. This software allows telecommunications and inmate interactions to be monitored by corrections institution staff members at all times. By allowing this level of monitoring to take place the chance for investigators to gain a head start on any suspicious behavior is greater than ever before. Learn more about the app by contacting Securus’ customer service stellar employees, or visit the following link to see what people are saying about it. https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.securus.videoclient&hl=en