It is quite an arduous job to work in prison and manage its inmates. There are few more dangerous works out there than the ones that involve controlling the temper, security and the day-to-day life of the incarcerated. To address this issue, Securus Technologies created different solutions to provide various criminal and civil justice technology assistance for corrections officers and its jail officers. The company has been around for years already, and since it was founded, there’s now a remarkable series of positive feedback from its users, and some of them can be read from the PRNewswire website. Let’s explore some of them below.
Facility Officers’ Feedback
As a form of recap, let’s write here an excerpt of some of the jail officers’ and staff who have used Securus Technologies and who have been improved by its solutions. The first of these comments would be the one from the jail staff who said that the ability of Securus Technologies to obtain phone calls recording has been instrumental to the security of the personnel. Without such technologies, it would be harder to ensure security among the staff, and it would be harder to weed out the corrupt officials working in the government-funded prisons.
Security of Personnel
I believe that the promise of Securus Technologies lies in the fact that it can harness technology to secure the safety of the jail personnel. Risking the life of every jail officer is not only personally risky, but it also has its social costs because the damage spreads to the society. If Securus Technologies can find the way to secure that their technologies don’t go haywire in the future, then time will come that Securus will certainly be an essential part of our prison system. In fact, it is already an integral part of our jail system, but not in the scale that it should probably be.