Securus introduces the drone detection technology and vows to help to stop illegal entry of the devices into correctional institutions in the USA. It will be remembered that not too long ago, Securus embarked on an exercise to rid the country’s prisons of contraband Items such as phones. Owing to the increasing concerns about the illegal deployment of drones to the correctional centers in the USA. Securus, which has been given the mandate to provide unrivaled security to over 3500 government agencies including prisons decided to take steps to stop the risky practice. Securus announced recently that they have completed their testing of the drone detection technologies and that it could be deployed as soon as the systems were approved. Securus takes care of over 12 000 prisons in the US. The company just doesn’t seem to want to go to sleep. It is always pulling out something from its sleeves to keep their security business ahead of the pack. With Drone detection technology added to its rich suck of tricks, prisoners might have to stay longer behind walls.
Securus Honored for their Customer Service Excellence
As the saying goes, one good turn deserves another. Securus Technologies caught the eye of one of the world’s most prestigious awards for excellent customer service or another point of contact between the staffs and the clients. In fact, it was a day of harvesting for the ever-rising Securus. The firm scooped a cool three awards. The ceremony took place at a Las Vegas posh joint called Caesar’s Palace. The company took home the customer service Complaints Team trophy of the year. One of the firm’s staffs also did the company proud because she was noted among the competitors, and awarded the Customer Service Manager of The Year. Ms. Zeperita was the Securus star manager in the customer service department. She scooped the Customer Service Professional of the Year Award and was closely trailed by the video team which took home the Bronze medal for the Frontline customer service of the year. Scooping the Stevie awards was a strong reaffirmation of Securus’ leading role in the Security Service sector and the way they conduct their business. The Stevie awards are probably the most prestigious awards for corporate performance the world over.
Drones Deliver a Mixed Bag of Fortunes
Drones are believed to have been made with good intention. However, soon after, criminally minded individuals figured out that the devices could be used to accomplish missions outside of the law; the crooks swung into action to make sure that they exploited the chance to deliver contraband in jails. According to the news media reports, there have been over 12 illegal attempts to reach into prison facilities using drones. These reports have been corroborated by prisons officials across the nation. Drones have come to be accessible owing to their friendly prices. While the devices were thought to only be accessible by military personnel, over time the devices have become affordable and available to all. Drones offer convenience because they do not want to waste time. The second reason why drones are so popular is that they are accurate, less demanding and cannot lie. Once you have programmed your drone to accomplish a mission, you only need to press the right button and it will execute your pre-programmed command. Drones are reliable and can transport and deliver many small items including phones and other items that jails will ordinarily ban.