Securus Technologies, national provider of correctional facilities technology continues to build its reputation and integrity by allowing a third-party, an independent accounting & auditing firm complete a thorough and detailed evaluation. The firm also performed testing of internal controls, transactions, and other activities at Securus. The inmate telecommunications provider is the only provider in the industry to attain Service Organization Control Certification issued in an American Institute of Certified Public Accountants Statement. It is the responsibility of an inmate technology provider to meet the needs of correctional institutions, including security and public safety with call management systems. SOC I reports give providers, inmates, families, and correctional facilities a peace of mind concerning security.
The Statement of Service Organization Control Certification validates Securus call management systems are secured and safe. It proves the systems accurately control, manage and process call records and recordings for security and investigation. Such information and investigative activities must rely on high technology management products. CEO of Securus, Richard Smith said in a PR Newswire news release that the SOC I Certification sets Securus apart from other inmate telecommunications providers because of the third-party review of their security and operational controls. He also said, during the certification process, all Securus Associates and accuracy of job performances were tested.
Securus Technologies is the leading civil and criminal justice technology provider in the U.S. The company provides services to nearly 3,400 law enforcement institutions in 48 states. Securus has 30 years of experience in the inmate telecommunications industry, offering inmate self-service, communication, information management, investigation, public information, and emergency response products and services. Richard A. Smith serves as Chief Executive Officer and runs the company’s daily operations. He ensures Securus maintains ethnical practices with their clients, consumers and the incarcerated.