There is this incredibly highly rated correctional facility telecommunications company called Securus Technologies. Prisoners and their families seem to really like this company because they provide a quality product at a reasonable price. The company has an A+ rating with the Better Business Bureau and runs the best customer service in the industry. Securus Technologies even went through the process of accreditation with the Better Business Bureau where they were subjected to an eight point review concerning honesty, credibility, reasonable pricing and transparency.
But I don’t really care for all that stuff. What I care about is the fact that this company helps law enforcement do their jobs. As far as I’m concerned, law enforcement should be the priority for any telecommunications company working within our criminal justice system.
Their latest software innovation is a very powerful tool that law enforcement can use to prevent crimes. Securus takes the extra step to record every single phone call that an inmate makes. These recordings are all tucked away into a giant digital database. That database can be searched virtually instantly using this new software innovation.
All the software needs is a small snippet of a recorded voice. It breaks the voice down to its most recognizable parts to create a fingerprint of sorts. It then goes through the database to match the fingerprint in order to identify phone calls that law enforcement may want to listen in on. This software can also lock on to particular phrases that will flag a phone call for law enforcement review.
Information obtained through this software has helped law enforcement to achieve search warrants, arrests and convictions. This software literally helps law enforcement to prevent crimes and that saves lives. The positive reviews and the good treatment of prisoners are just an added bonus in my book.