Securus Technologies is one of the leading companies that offer inmate communication solutions in the United States. The firm recently announced the launch of the Investigator Pro 4.0, which is a product of its unit, JLG Technologies. The new program has a searchable voice feature that allows investigators to search all calls that are made by an inmate or the receiver of the call by using a voice sample.
According to Michael Kester, who is the chief operating officer of the JLG Technologies, the Investigator Pro software assists the investigators to expose gang related or any other reprehensible activities by recognizing the voices of both the callers and the called party. The application uses a complex biometric system that allows the investigators to prevent crime.
The searchable voice ability of the IPRO 4.0 allows the agents to recognize a person’s voice, phone number, and identity. The detective can, therefore, determine other inmates who communicate with the called party, whether the called party is an ex-convict and prisoners who are calling individuals who were formerly incarcerated. The Investigator Pro’s searchable voice can be used with other scrutiny abilities of the application such as the important gang tagging and voice recognition certainty rating. This characteristic creates a high-level and outstanding system for pinpointing all illegal activities that take place through the telephones of the correctional facilities.
Securus Technologies has an extensive client base in North America where its solutions are depended on by approximately 1,200,000 individuals who are incarcerated in 3,450 correctional facilities. The company’s main offices are located in Dallas, Texas. The services that the firm provides to the law enforcement institutions include public information, incident management, emergency response, biometric examination, investigation, self–service for inmates, supervision of products and services, and management of information. The company is focused on ensuring public safety.