Securus Technologies Wins the Wins an The Stevie Awards for It’s Role in Law Enforcement & Corrections

For years, Securus Technologies has been a formidable provider of a wide range of technology based solutions to civil and criminal justice institutions. Its unparalleled mastery of the criminal justice and civil technological needs have enabled it to deliver innovative public safety, monitoring, corrections and investigation solutions to governments and correctional facilities across the globe.

 

The exemplary performance of the folks over at Securus Technologies has earned them a Stevie Awards for Sales & Customer service that was bestowed upon them on an event held on Friday, February 24 at the Caesars Palace in Las Vegas.

 

 

According to the judges who had to choose the winner, runners up and third position from over 2,300 nominations, Securus Technologies plays a major role in our modern day society and delivers robust services to people who need it most.

 

With the law enforcement and corrections department being among the toughest to deal with, Securus Technologies’ ability to master the niche and deliver customized solutions that solve real time problems has made it a true force to reckon with.

 

The Stevie Awards for Sales & Customer Service is among the best honors for contact center, customer service, sales professionals and business development initiatives. Securus’ win emphasizes on both its dedication and ability of being the best in law enforcement and corrections related solutions.

 

About Securus Technologies

 

Securus Technologies focuses on public safety solutions created to help states and their law enforcers to gather, consolidate, visualize and store information in a real time manner. The information focuses on potential criminal offense and also touches on inmates.

 

This makes policing and law enforcement easier while giving inmates a chance to keep in touch with their loved ones and experience a more insightful term behind the bars by getting humane treatment that improves the probability of correcting their criminal tendencies.

 

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