Securus Technologies Shares Positive Client Comments

Posted on November 24, 2016 By

Recently, Securus Technologies shared several positive reviews and comments about the Securus software and staff. CEO Rick Smith stated the Securus receives thousands of emails weekly offering thanks and praise regarding Securus products. Mr. Smith also stated that Securus’ technical staff researches and develops new security technology weekly in order to present the best in safety innovations to their clients.


Listed below are a few comments taken directly from the Securus press release. To read all of the posted reviews, please click here.


This comment from a Securus client stated how much screening phone conversations have helped to catch potential and actual wrongdoing.


“Calls were monitored containing information regarding inmate alcohol use, drug selling and drugs in the facility, possible access to a cellular device, threats, suspicious conversation regarding money being transferred, a past incident involving shots being fired, and a civilian admitting to selling prescription drugs at a discount.”


“For well over a decade now, our correctional facility has relied upon the technology solutions offered by Securus. It is encouraging to see that our vendor of choice is committed to both, revolutionizing the incarceration environment and progressively helping us to improve public safety in our jurisdiction.”


Securus Technologies has been helping over 3400 facilities and public service buildings across the country since 1986. Based in Dallas, Texas, Securus serves over 1,200,000 inmates in facilities across the nation. Securus Technologies specializes in incident management, emergency response, information management, biometric analysis, investigation, information management, and inmate self service.


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  1. Victor Drazen says:

    Some clients wrote to Securus to state how long they have been with Securus Technologies and why they would never switch to another inmate communications company. It is also presumed that here is the only thing that is holding them back from the real deal.

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