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12Jun/17Off

Securus video visitation is loved by inmates and staff

Over the last 10 years, Securus Technologies has rolled out is video visitation technology, touching the lives of millions of inmates and making a difficult life circumstance a little more bearable. Video visitation has enabled inmates that would have, in times past, never been able to stay in contact with their family members and loved ones to now keep in touch with them, face-to-face, on an almost daily basis.

 

This has been a great addition to prisons throughout the United States. It has been shown that inmates who are able to stay in contact with their family members are less likely to recidivate and have better behavior while incarcerated. This increase is the safety and security of the institutions where those inmates are housed makes society as a whole safer, as a result of offenders being less likely to commit crimes upon being released.

 

But Securus’ highly sophisticated video visitation system, which includes a robust suite of security features, also is a great favorite among corrections officers and other prison staff. This is because it allows for unprecedented levels of communications safety within the prison. With Securus video visitation systems, it is impossible for prisoners to execute criminal activities or otherwise use the communication services for illicit ends.

 

Securus video visitation systems have the capability to automatically monitor all conversations taking place on the system. This is made possible by highly advanced transcription technology as well as artificial intelligence that is capable of parsing all conversations, in real time, searching for any anomalous patterns and alerting staff immediately upon the detection of potentially illegal activity.

 

Prisons that have installed Secures video visitation system have, by and large, see dramatic increases in safety and security within the institutions. Through technologies like these, Securus is increasing the safety and efficiency of U.S. prisons.

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