Most of us, including myself, believe the problems caused by criminals come to an end when the individual is moved to a secure locations after being sentenced to time in a jail. However, I did not consider the fact that inmates in jails are placed in a community of people with connections to those still on the outside who can drag them even more deeply into a life of crime. Securus Technologies is attempting to make sure each and every aspect of the interactions between inmates and visitors is monitored, particularly in the use of video visitation technologies.
Securus has recently been adding to its sales team in a bid to make sure it is in position to roll out the latest updates to its THREADS platform, which provides a base for monitoring a wide range of connections made by inmates. Video visitation has been growing in popularity at institutions using Securus patented THREADS technology to monitor more than one million inmates across North America. The introduction of THREADS 3.1 brings a new level of options to the world of inmate communication monitoring and safety, which can all now be integrated to allow us to monitor all interactions between inmates and suspicious visitors. This technology has also been well-received by users, especially family members and friends of the incarcerated as the video calls are easy to set up and have good reviews online. (Reference:https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.securus.videoclient&hl=en)
Headquartered in Dallas, Texas the work of Securus has been seen as hitting the highest levels of success for a number of years, which is why more than 3,000 U.S. law enforcement agencies trust the technology introduced by the organization. I believe the ability to listen to calls made using the Securus secure inmate phone calls platform will make a major difference in remaining a step ahead of those wanting to cause problems within any community. It is easy to see that the ease of use makes the THREADS 3.1 platform of vital importance to all investigators who are hoping to get their hands on actionable intelligence, which can be printed and accessed in different ways with as little hassle as possible.