Using Securus Technologies Inmate Call System to Prevent Crimes

Even though a criminal is in jail, that does not mean that they have stopped their life of crime. In my three decades working as a corrections officer in our local jail, I can tell you from experience that many inmates commit far worse crimes in jail, and go from being sentenced a few years to never getting out of jail again. The crimes these inmates are involved in run from drug use, violence, to murder. My job is doing whatever possible to make the jail safer for all.

 

One way that we lessen the likelihood of violence in the jail is by meeting and checking visitors for any contraband. Physical checks and well as x-rays allow us to make certain these visitors can not pass anything to the inmates. Even something as innocent as a metal spoon, in the hands of the inmate could be sculpted into a weapon. Surprise cell inspections are vital too in our efforts to try and keep these inmates from hurting anyone.

 

A new tool that we have in our never-ending quest to make the jail safe is the inmate communication system. Securus Technologies recently upgraded the equipment and trained the officers on how to use the LBS software. The CEO of Securus Technologies, Rick Smith, says that his Dallas TX based company is committed to making the world a safer place for everyone. All one thousand employees of Securus Technologies follow that same objective each day.

 

With the new inmate call system in place, me and my fellow officers are now able to listen in on inmate calls in a new way. We can decipher calls and find out when these weapons are coming to the jail, who is bringing them in, where the inmates are hiding them, and who then intend to use them on. The best part, the inmates don’t realize their coded take is actually helping us.

 

Arthur Becker the successful Investor

Arthur Becker is a successful investor in biotech, real estate and info tech. He is the managing member at Madison Partners which is a biotechnology and real estate investment company. On a recent interview with Ideamensch, Arthur Becker talked about his involvement in real estate and technology. He stated that his interest in these fields developed from his work experience at Zinio and NaviSite, where formerly worked. In order to pursue his interest, Arthur told Ideamensch that he sold NaviSite so that he could invest in the development of a condominium. Arthur says that he has no pre-set schedules and that his work days are always flexible.

Arthur Becker went to study at the Bennington College where he graduated in 1972 with an Arts Degree. He later went to study business at the Tuck School of Business, Dartmouth. According to Arthur, he loves team work and that he is most effective when coordinating with experts on a particular project. Arthur Becker is excited by upcoming and new trends in the sector of biotechnology, particularly that touch about cancer treatment. He attributes his success as an entrepreneur to building a good and clear understanding with his management team.

Arthur Becker worked with NaviSite where he was the Chief Executive Officer. He is now the Chairman at Madison Technology Group and is a managing member at the Atlantic Investors, LLC. Before going to work at Madison Partners, Arthur served as the CEO and Chairman of Zinio LLC. Under the leadership of Arthur Becker, Madison Partners has managed to complete a number of town houses at Sullivan Street, New York. The company is also in the initial stages of constructing a luxury residential condominium in Tribeca. Arthur Becker founded Madison Partners, LLC in order to combine biotech with major economic opportunities and make a positive impact on the living situations of individuals.

Arthur Becker is mostly interested in the sector of cancer treatment and is always looking forward to improve the available treatment options for this deadly condition. He hopes to use technology in doing so. According to Arthur Becker success comes from hard work, passion, commitment and also discipline.  More details can be found on LinkedIn.

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