Securus Technologies Moves To Counter Drones From Delivering Contraband
March 26, 2018
Drones are quickly becoming part of our lifestyles. They are popular in photography, facility inspections, and small parcel deliveries among numerous other applications.
However, drones are being used in prisons for far more nefarious activities. An increasing number of inmates are quickly appreciating the technology’s potential and putting it to practical use. They are being used to ferry contraband to inmates.
Drone-related security incidences
The drone incursions are considered the latest and most creative assault on public safety yet. Securus Technologies is at the forefront of providing public safety solutions to prisons.
True to our pioneering legacy at the Dallas-based prison technology firm, we are taking the new drone challenge head-on. We are at an advanced stage of testing drone detection technology. This strategy is an impeccable counter-move to combat the threats from drones.
In the recent past, we have seen a marked increase in the use of unmanned aerial vehicles to supply contraband to prisoners. This problem is affecting a number of our facilities, and we are unequivocal about getting to the bottom of the issue.
The contraband includes mobile phones, weapons, and various drugs among others. Drone technology is pushing at an alarming rate.
Cutting edge drones have also become more affordable. We have detected an increase in the number of incidents in facilities associated with drones. More federal and state facilities are reporting drone-related security incidences across the country.
For example, a drone was used to deliver tools to an inmate in South Carolina. He used the tools to attempt an escape. In Ohio, a drone was used to deliver a cocktail of drugs to a prisoner.
On a related note, correctional services in the Cayman Islands use drones to protect the facilities from drug smugglers. Numerous commercial and private applications are guaranteed to take the technology into the future.
However, even though the bad guys seem to have a head start, we are hot on their heels. Soon, we shall declare our facilities drone-free zones.
As the leading prison technology company, we serve over three thousand facilities across the US. In a list of many firsts, we pioneered a system that controls the prevalence of illegal cellphones.
We were also the first on the market with a successful wireless containment system. The system stops illegal cell phones from connecting to the mobile communications networks from within our facilities.
Our new drone detection system is based on the same basic technology as the wireless containment solution. It leverages an advanced digital antenna solution that enables real-time scanning and monitoring.
Securus Technologies – Cutting down on Time and Cost by Providing Excellent Communication Platform
June 14, 2017
Most people think that communications platforms are all the same and it does not matter which one has to use. The reality is that there are a lot of difference between the good and the bad communication systems that are available in the market. One of the top companies in the communication industry is Securus technologies that are changing the way the inmates and the visitors interact. The services made available to the prisoners and their family members allow them to interact in the most convenient manner.
Till a few years back, the visitors had to drive to the prison or the correctional facilities that the inmates were confined in to talk to them. It caused a problem for the visitors and the prison officials. The visitors had to drive to the facilities which are often away from the main city or town to be able to speak to the inmate for a few minutes. The officials too had to be alert to avoid any problems. Using the programs and services of Securus Technologies, can video chat with an inmate at a time determined beforehand. This offers a great opportunity for everyone to increase interaction and still reduce the risks involved with the process.
Securus Technologies also offer many different programs to jail officials that allow them to investigate proceedings and to use them to solve the everyday crime. Many legal hassles can also be avoided by using their services. With so many benefits, more States are making contracts with Securus Technologies to make their prisons and correctional facilities safe and secured for everyone. Using it will also decrease the corruption at these facilities which often goes unsolved, and the corrupted officials get away with putting others lives at risk. Securus Technologies can put the people behind it behind bars.
The Court Will Decide
January 24, 2017
Patents make up a huge part of the technology industry. Because there are so many patents and many companies who want access to these patents, disputes can occur. Securus Technologies is a Dallas-based technology firm. They create technology and systems that are used by corrections facilities and law enforcement agencies across North America.
Recently, a competitor of Securus Technologies, Global Tel Link, put out a press release making many claims against the technology firm. Many of the claims had to do with patents that both companies are familiar with. Two days after the GTL press release, Securus Technologies put out a press release of their own to get their side of the story out there.
Securus Technologies stated that these issues are currently being disputed in a court of law, and no decision has been made yet. Because of this, Securus Technologies will continue working as they currently are until a final court decision has been made.
GTL also claimed that Securus Technologies is very quick to sue and brings many lawsuits when they are not necessary. Securus Technologies strongly condemns this claim and states that a lawsuit is always a last resort. Taking an issue to court is time-consuming and expensive and Secures Technologies tries to avoid this route if at all possible.
Securus Technologies felt it necessary to respond and state their side of the story. Their issues are currently tied up in the court system, and only time will tell how this will all play out for both companies.