Securus Technologies’ Clients Praise the Firm For Aiding in Crime Prevention

The role of technology within crime prevention is constantly adapting and changing. And while we are still many decades away from a “pre-crime” police force or the type of complete policed nation referenced in George Orwell’s classic, technology still plays a very valid role in today’s crime prevention and prosecution. As the streets are patrolled by officer equipped with recording devices designed to aid in the prosecution of criminals, the prison system has begun to utilize high tech tools to help maintain facility order and prevent further crimes from taking place within the prison walls.

 

Securus Technologies and Crime Prevention

 

The leader in prison and inmate communication technologies, Securus Technologies, actively provides prison officials and facilities with their state of teh art tech to help officials intercept criminals before any crimes can be committed within the facility. Though not a company to solely say that they are actively stopping crimes, Securus Technologies recently took to publishing an online piece showing just how they are helping fight crimes from happening in the first place.

 

The piece which was published recently, contains several excerpts from real clients’ testomonials about the Securus Technologies services as they apply to crime prevention.

 

Within each published comment, a trend becomes immediately apparent, the services and technologies supplied by Securus have helped officials and prison administrators prevent major crimes from happening with early detection. Though the crimes may be different, one client sang the praise of Securus for helping uncover a corrupt prison official’s contraband ring and another mentioned the technologies use in solving a shooting, the common theme of crime prevention and aid in prosecution rings true throughout each clients recorded testimony.

 

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