Securus Technologies is one of the principle providers of criminal and civil justice technology solutions for investigations, corrections, public safety and monitoring. It has recently been revealed that it is saving customers money and time by use of Inmate Forms and Grievance application on ConnectUs. Watch this video on Youtube.
Securus Technologies headquarters is located in Dallas, Texas. It is estimated that it has been implemented by in excess of three thousand law enforcement, public safety and corrections agencies and over one million inmates spread across North America. The company mission is to connect and serve by providing emergency response, public information, incident management, biometric analysis, communication and inmate self-service in order to make the world a better place.
Correctional facilities have gotten used to paper forms for several inmate requests like grievances, medical and sign up forms. These uses up a lot of the staff time while collecting, routing, logging, distributing, copying, filing, archiving and responding.
With this new application, custom forms for any kind of request can be created easily and made available to inmates. The ConnectUs Inmate Forms and Grievance application is a bridge to digital automation from manual forms. Securus computerizes and processes an average of fourteen forms per month per inmate, saving corrections staff and inmates valuable time which they can use to concentrate on safety and security.
ConnectUs is the most full-bodied and feature rich inmate platform in the industry currently. This allows inmates to access unlimited types of applications as specifically designed for the facility. The application is made in such a way that the inmates are governed on what they can and cannot access. This gives the correctional facility staff total control over contents that the inmates can access. The interface can be changed into any preferred language. Inmate location, display by day and digital inmate bulletin board are additional features for the software.