Securus Technologies Received 5 Grants to Improve Inmate Communications

Poor Inmate communications have been an ongoing debate for most correction centers. Effective communication is vital not only for inmates but also the families affected and the officers. Monitoring communications is one way of controlling and reducing crime rates in the correction facilities. It is, therefore, important that facilities have exclusive control of the incoming and outgoing calls, both video call visits and audio records. Every government plays a significant role in ensuring that family and friends enjoy a range of inmate communication options.
Most recently, the United States Patent Office announced an additional five patent grant to Securus Technologies. These new patents are supposed to help in operation from August 2016 to October 2016. Securus Technologies is a leading company in providing criminal and civil justice technology resolutions. For the past three years, Securus has filed for almost 90 new Patents with 36 of the total being granted. The addition of these new five is a big win for this company in its endeavors of trying to create effective inmate communication. Most of the operations that are guaranteed include video calling, audio calling, inmate billing, voice biometrics, inmate monitoring among many others.
Richard A. Smith, CEO of Securus Technologies, assured effective strategies in enabling that all clients are satisfied. With a company that has more than 248 patents in its portfolio, effective correction communications and operations is a top priority. In the recent release, the government demonstrated its concern to tighten the security in correction centers and promised to corporate with leading communication security providers such as Securus technologies. The recently issued grant was just a beginning of the expected long-term corporation.