The Keefe Group Started Out Small But Leads The Correctional Market Today

The Keefe Group has humble beginning starting back in Missouri, but have since grown into a large corporation capable of supplying the correctional market around the country with ease. The company started back in 1975 as a rather small establishment with a limited range of products available to customers. Today, the Keefe Group has been responsible for many innovations to the correctional industry and what is possible for staff and inmates alike. The Keefe Group offers services like communication, banking, payments, video visits, and voicemails to name a few. Their products are even more extensive including food, clothes, shoes, electronics, hygiene products, personal care products, even unique potato chips.

 

When the company was first coming about, it was actually known as the Keefe Supply Company. Over the years, they developed collaborations with other companies that now come together to be called the Keefe Group. IC Solutions, Access Securepak, Access Corrections, Keefe Supply Company, Keefe Commissary Network, and Advanced Technologies are the organizations included under the Keefe Group name. Each of these companies focuses on specific areas of the correctional industry to have a more precise service or product to offer. This is what allows the Keefe Group to dominate the market despite the competition in their field.

 

Also behind the Keefe Group’s collaboration is more than 4 decades of industry experience that has made various impacts on the correctional industry. The Keefe Group’s reach today is extensive and they are capable of supplying nearly every correctional facility around the United States, no matter how remote. Distribution centers spread across the country allow the Keefe Group to offer same day delivery to their clients without any cost. Any accidents or disaster is covered by the Keefe Group for deliveries. The advancements in technology in the past decade have allowed the Keefe Group to expand their services greatly, offering many forms of communication for inmates so they can stay in contact with their families. These services not only help inmates receive better treatment and improve their behavior, but it puts less stress on the staff within correctional facilities around the nation receiving their services.