One of the misconceptions among the general public is that, just because prisoners are put behind bars, they are no longer a serious threat to the public safety. But this is not true. Without the professional staff guarding these dangerous individuals, they would very quickly resume their wayward activities and once again would pose a serious threat to law-abiding citizens.
Securus Technologies, the nation’s leading inmate communications company, has developed a full line of products to help administrators and staff deal with the daily threats that the dangerous criminals in their charge pose to the safety of institutions and the public at large. Using advanced technology, Securus has developed a wide array of products that leverage technologym such as machine learning and automatic transcription, in the fight against ongoing criminal activity within the nation’s prisons.
One such product is JLG Investigator Pro. This cutting-edge technology uses machine learning and pattern recognition to pick out conversations among inmates that may pose a security threat to the institution. The program has the capability to analyze every word spoken on the prison’s communication devices. Using state-of-the-art technology, the system sifts through every conversation, only bringing to the attention of administrators and staff those conversations which are most likely to be associated with criminal activity.
Many of Securus’ institutional customers have raved about the dramatically increased rate of solving crimes using this technology. Organized criminal gangs, once the scourge of the United States prison system, have been effectively contained in prisons that have deployed this technology. Using advanced biometric technology developed by the Department of Defense, the system is able to instantly recognize the voices of all inmates and of known parties on the outside who have been banned from communications within the prison. This has proved a boon to prison security, drastically reducing the incidence of criminal activity within the country’s corrections institutions.