Securus Technologies, a top provider of innovative technology solutions for investigation, corrections, public safety, and monitoring, has teamed up with Louisiana Department of Public Safety and Corrections (LA DOC) to offer inmates an amazing communication experience. According to the free calling program, each inmate imprisoned at an LA DOC facility will have one free call to contact his or her family and friend that might be affected by recent floods. The program will run up to September 7, 2016. Securus expects to connect more than 250,000 free calls within the next seven days.
Richard Smith’s statements
Richard Smith reiterated that connecting detainees with family is one of the major services offered by Securus Technologies. He said that the flooding in Louisiana is so severe, and the company is taking extraordinary measures to ensure that effective communications are maintained to minimize anxiety and stress of incarcerated persons as well as their loved ones.
The cost of the calls that Securus Technologies is offering for free is about $300,000. Additionally, the firm is donating $50,000 to the detainee welfare fund to help the incarcerated persons. Richard Smith is the CEO of Securus Technologies.
Securus Technologies focuses on providing cutting-edge criminal justice and civil technology solutions, which enhance public safety and improve the incarceration experience. Over 3,450 corrections, law enforcement, and public safety agencies depend on Securus for straightforward and innovative technology solutions, which are readily available and easy to use. The company leverages hundreds of experienced engineers, designers, technologists, and thinkers who come up with innovative solutions to solve problems that inmates and correctional agencies face. The company has 30 years of experience and professional expertise in delivering revolutionary technological solutions to the corrections industry. Apart from modernizing correctional agencies, the firm aims at making the world a peaceful and safe place.