Securus Technologies: Changing the Incarceration Experience

Many people have debated on whether inmates at correctional facilities deserve access to more modern technology. Some think it’s part of their punishment while others think they have the right to it. Securus Technologies agrees with the latter. Securus Technologies has been a leader in the charge of changing the way inmates access communication services. The for-profit prison technology company has contracts with 2,600 correctional facilities within the U.S.

Originally based in Dallas, Texas Securus Technologies has regional offices in Carrollton and Allen, Texas along with another in Atlanta, Georgia.

Inmates at correctional facilities usually have to file their requests and grievances on paper forms, costing correctional officers valuable time distributing, collecting routing, logging, etc. All the time correctional officers spend handling paper forms can severely distract them from more pressing matters like security and safety.

Problems like these are the exact reason Securus Technologies created the ConnectUs Automated Form and Grievance Application. ConnectUs is a great example of how Securus Technologies is helping to modernize correctional facilities contracted with them.

ConnectUs Automated Form and Grievance application is introducing digital automation to facilities and making manual paper processes obsolete. With the ConnectUs application any type of custom forms for any request are much more available to inmates. Being much more efficient than paper processes ConnectUs Inmate Forms and Grievance application saves correction facilities a lot of money and precious time. Saving thousands of dollars on paper costs alone. ConnectUs has a host of other applications out there alongside side their Automated Forms and Grievance application

Securus Technologies continues to make innovative technology available to inmates, making their time spent in incarceration a little less bleak. Allowing them access to automation tools and features previously unavailable before.

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