Securus Tests Drone Detection Technology for Prisons

Are criminals using drones to deliver contraband over the border or into prisons? How can this drone technology be stopped? Securus’ drone detection technology is leading the way in providing security to the law-abiding citizens.

 

“Drone Technology”

 

Drones can be used for many applications, including security, surveillance, agriculture, photography and real estate. Farmers could use the drones to check their large plots of land. Realtors might use drones to show their property from a higher viewing angle.

 

Parents could use drones to watch their babies. They could be used for rescue workers and fire men to dangerous buildings or hazardous locations. Drones can go where others cannot go.

 

Military applications for drones are the most well-known. The anti-drone technology has advanced so far that the enemy can now not only pick up the drone signals, but take them over and control your drone. This is part and parcel of war technology – one side makes a weapon and the other side makes a weapon to combat it.

 

“Securus Drone Detection Technology”

 

Because drones can go where others cannot go, prison officials are now worried. Already, their prison inmate personnel might be stretched thin. But, how can they watch the skies 24/7/365?

 

Securus is working with prison corrections officials to develop a drone detection technology system. A Securus spokesman said, “We work together with corrections officials who share a dedicated mission to deter drone delivery of dangerous contraband.” The plan is to use a similar digital antennae structure (DAS) infrastructure, based on Securus’ Wireless Containment Solution.

 

Every year, drone technology advances and there are even reports of a drone being able to carry a full-sized man. Of course, this would seriously disrupt any present prison system. Instead of needing to make it through barb wire fences, all prison inmates would need to do is reach the roof top or an open space to escape.

 

“First Class Securus Customer Service”

 

In 2018, Securus was the proud recipient of the Stevie Awards for Sales & Customer Service. The Stevie Awards are an aggregation of the world’s top business awards programs. More than 600 corporate executives attended the presentation at Caesars Palace in Las Vegas, NV on February 23, 2018.

 

More than 10,000 entries are received for the Stevie Awards. Businesses are very happy to receive one award; three awards is simply amazing. What were the categories for the Securus awards?

 

Gold was awarded to the Securus Corporate Escalations Team for “Customer Service Complaints Team of the Year.” Silver was awarded to Zelperita Jackson for “Customer Service Professional of the Year.” And, Bronze was awarded to the Video Visitation Team for “Front-Line Customer Service Team.” Securus customer service is impeccable.

 

A Simple Upgrade To Wireless Technology

Making A Better Connection With Security

 

The private world rests in the hands of the governments of this world and how they manage public safety. There’s a world in operation that can infiltrate the public lives we live as citizens of an American nation. American states thrive on what they can continue to protect and sustain. There are also agencies dedicated to this cause.

 

The private sectors of the U.S. government are not kept safe by the fire and police services you hear driving in the roads everyday. Private agencies, which are spread across the United States, are hidden about the country and hold resources valuable to society and the USA. Among those agencies in private industry is Securus Technologies.

 

Transactions And Various Contraband

 

There are a number of agencies operating in the private sector. These companies and major brands offer the U.S. government vast protection on its transactions. The processes of the private sector operates similar to the commerce of public markets. There are purchases and sells that complete private-industry business cycles.

 

The private sector must constantly be aware of the potential for illegal contraband and the impact it can have within a private facility. The lives at stake are those that remind us of our brothers, children and parents. There’s a great deal that the private industry must protect, and that protection gives our lives the fundamental safety we need.

 

The Security To Be Had In Private Facilities

 

There are private facilities across the U.S. country. These agencies help the U.S. government to manage a variety of functions. The work begins with security measures that match the advancements of technology and that bring together solutions to put in place. These solutions are for greater security measures that must remain in place.

 

The world is expanding in many ways, and our access to technology is the same access for criminal activity. This potential for unwarranted infiltration is the same potential that will be monitored as Securus remains with the U.S. government. The agency continues to push forward the boundaries of security and to keep unwanted infiltrations at bay.

Former Corrections Officer Finds an Ally in Fight Against Contraband Cell Phones

Robert Johnson had worked at Lee Correctional Institution in South Carolina for fifteen years when that career was cut short by a home invasion and attempt on his life in 2010. Johnson had the task of catching inmates smuggling contraband into the prison and confiscating it. It was when he helped intercept a $50,000 package destined for a prison gang that they decided to have him assassinated.

 

At 5:30 in the morning on March 5, Johnson had gotten up for work when the front door of his home came crashing down. A gangster who’d been newly released from prison proceeded to shoot Johnson a half-dozen times. Johnson narrowly survived the attack after nearly two dozen operations.

 

The attack was ordered, and the hitman paid, from within the walls of Lee Correctional Institution using a smuggled cell phone and a Greendot card. Johnson retired as a corrections officer, but he has made his experience the inspiration for a new career as a consultant for Securus Technologies, a prominent communications company that serves the law enforcement and corrections industry.

 

The FCC held a hearing that Johnson attended in March to decide how to handle the growing problem of inmates using contraband cell phones in prisons around the country. Federal regulations have made it illegal to outright jam cell signals in public spaces because it prevents 911 calls from being made. A different solution, however, exists that has been developed by Securus Technologies that stops unauthorized cell phone use in prisons.

 

That solution is called Wireless Containment Solutions. Essentially, it places a cell tower between a prison and the nearest cell service tower to intercept cell phone activity and drop unauthorized use before it can connect to the cell network.

 

The problem got widespread attention when a Facebook Live video went viral this year of an inmate in Evans Correctional Institution, Jose Rivera, holding a knife. He’d been a repeat offender of using smuggled cell phones.

 

“While still disturbing, fortunately this latest news is just about a video,” Johnson said, noting that what he fears most is seeing cases like his own, in which an inmate arranges a crime to be committed outside of prison, that puts the public at risk. The new regulations approved by the FCC make it possible for solutions like Securus Technologies’ WCS to put prevent it.

 

Securus Technologies has its head office in Dallas, Texas and serves over three thousand law enforcement and correctional institutions with telecommunications solutions. The company has already invested over $40 million in the development of WCS to solve the problem of inmates using contraband cell phones.

 

Securus Technologies – Pioneering Research and Development in Correctional Industry

Securus Technologies has changed the way the correctional technology and industry develops in the last few years. The company has drawn up some of the ground-breaking and cutting-edge services that surprised the entire industry. One of the recent technologies that the company launched was the video visitation service that ensures that the inmates can talk as well as see their relatives and friends at the same time over a smart device. It helps in keeping in contact with the family while also being able to see them. Such communication opportunities mean a lot to the inmates as well as their loved ones. The best part is that the family members of the inmates would not have to spend hours traveling to visit prison often, and can save a lot of money on traveling expense as well.

 

Securus Technologies offers high-quality correctional technology to the inmates as well as the law enforcement officers. The company is so confident about its products and services that the corporation’s CEO, Rick Smith, also invited the customers and investors to visit the company’s technology center in Dallas. Securus Technologies has helped in ways more than one to ensure that the inmates get the best communication services available in the market, which doesn’t put a burden on their pocket. The company continues to bring the best in inmate communication to the prisoners to ensure they can communicate with their loved ones at regular intervals without having to think twice about the money.

 

The law enforcement officers using the services of Securus Technologies have been full of praises for the company as it makes their task easier, and gives them a safe environment to work in. The technology offered by Securus Technologies makes it possible for the law enforcement officers to catch the criminals with ease and keep the crime rate low in the society. As the crime rate across the country increases, it is essential for the law enforcement officers to be equipped with such high-end technology.

 

Securus has challenged GTL to a technology bake off

For the past few years, Securus Technologies has been the top provider of technology and communication solutions to many of the correctional facilities in the country. The company has been very successful at what they do, however, for the past few months; they have been engaged in a seemingly endless war with GTL technologies. It all started when the later company took Securus to court stating that some of the technology they had patented had been wrongly used by Securus.

They have invited them to a sort of bake off, but instead of showcasing their culinary skills, they will be showing off their technology. This is in response to a claim that was made by the later company that their technology is far better than the former’s. There are several things that Securus wants to clarify about the claims; to start with, they say that they do not believe there is any truth to the claim that GTL is better. They believe that having been in the industry for longer than GTL, they have invested billions of dollars into the business and naturally they are better at provision of the same services.

The CEO to Securus went ahead to state that the company had gone through various tests and had been proven to have better systems. He added that they handled their customer service through an equipped call center, unlike GTL who used outsourced services. He also raised the issue of their field technicians that were permanently employed, unlike GTL whose service were contracted. He stated his confidence that the event would once and for all settle the feud that had been brewing for months.