Dallas, TX —/PRNewswire/Securus Technologies, Inc., a leading provider of inmate communications services, today announced the release of the Continuous Voice Verification (CVV) feature as part of its highly successful SCP platform. The CVV feature delivered by The Investigator Pro complements Securus’ robust suite of investigative tools which enable correctional facilities to intercept and prevent criminal activity.
CVV analyzes recorded calls between inmates and called parties and detects suspicious behavior through voice printing and analysis. This powerful investigative tool also:
“Securus has spent over a decade developing and fine tuning investigative tools for the corrections industry,” said Adam Edwards, Senior Product Development Manager of Securus Technologies. “The most exciting aspect of Continuous Voice Verification is how easily it blends with and accentuates the entire suite of Securus investigative tools while making proven, state of the art technology developed for the Department of Defense available to state and county correctional facilities.”
Securus Technologies, Inc. is one of the largest providers of detainee communications and information management solutions, serving approximately 2,200 correctional facilities and more than 850,000 inmates nationwide. A recognized leader in providing comprehensive, innovative technical solutions and responsive customer service, Securus’ sole focus is the specialized needs of the corrections and law enforcement communities. Securus is headquartered in Dallas, TX, including four regional offices in the Dallas metro area as well as one in Atlanta, GA. For more information please visit the Securus website at www.securustech.net.
About JLG TechnologiesJLG Technologies, LLC was founded in 2005 to provide groundbreaking telephone security technologies and an investigative platform to the corrections and law enforcement industry. Based in Framingham, Massachusetts, the company is dedicated to helping its customers reach and maintain an unprecedented new level of security and control over evolving patterns of inmate telephone-based crime. In 2005, JLG Technologies entered into a 10-year exclusive license with a leading U.S. research institution to leverage their U.S. Government-funded counter-terrorism criminal call detection technology. In 2010, JLG Technologies' breakthrough success in the corrections industry prompted the same research institution to extend this exclusive contract through 2020.