Securus Technologies is a leading provider of technologies that are currently used to protect society. Current customers, public safety organizations and corrections organizations continue to request their services to protect and investigate situations. Today, Securus Technology specializes in both civil and criminal justice technology, solutions, focusing on solving and preventing crimes which include crimes committed by inmates while incarcerated.
Securus Technologies – Positive Emails and Letters
According to further research, reporters have been able to allocate emails and produce blogs. The emails relate to hope and making incarceration a safer and better alternative to leaving people out on the loose to commit to creating terrifying situations.
CEO and Chairman, Richard A. (“Rick”) Smith – Securus Technologies Equals Strong Investment
In relation, Richard A. (“Rick”) Smith, Chairman and Chief Executive Officer of Securus Technologies claims Securus Technologies as a strong investment – service and product development proposals are released at least once per week to assist law enforcement and corrections agencies to solve crimes and prevent more social problems in today’s society. In fact, Smith comments further about Securus Technologies receiving thousands of letters and emails regarding customer appreciation about how the company has continued to provide adequate services – help keep society, including inmates and their families safer than during previous years. Moreover, Mr. Smith adds that building safety into the company’s DNA is a part of Securus Technologies’ honor to protect and serve the community (being socially responsible).
About Securus Technologies
As one solution, Securus Technologies has been established for a few decades to assist public service agencies while moving forward in helping other monitoring services for business-owners. Currently, Securus Technologies is headquartered in Dallas, TX a and serving more than 2,450 public safety, law enforcement and corrections agencies, In addition to over 1,200,000 inmates across North America.