Securus will over the course of the coming six months release some additional reports on GTL in order to make the carrier to act with more integrity in future. Securus Technologies is one of the top providers of technology solutions in criminal and civil justice. These solutions are be used for investigation, public safety, monitoring and corrections. According to PR Newswire, they will release a number of reports and articles that are aimed at highlighting the various integrity breaches and wrongdoings by Global Tel Link (GTL), a provider of inmate communications.
The motive behind the press releases is aimed at ensuring that companies in the inmate communications industry do not stoop low than the integrity bar. There will be a series of Press Releases over 6 months that will review the various wrongdoings as a way of shaming GTL to act with better integrity. The first press release will involve an official 17-page Order (No. U-20784-B) by Louisiana PSC. It details the actions of GTL when it used to serve the Department of Corrections in Louisiana as well as providing telecom services outwards to inmates. GTL added some seconds more to call durations, subjected calls to higher rates, inflated charges artificially for its customers and billed single calls more than just once. All this led to the tax payers in Louisiana being overcharged a total of $1,243,000.
About Securus Technologies
Secures Technologies Inc. is among the leading providers of inmate communications, government information management solutions and parolee tracking. It serves about 2,600 correctional facilities that are in 45 states, Canada, Mexico and District of Columbia, in total it serves up to 1,000,000 inmates. Securus is widely recognized as in the provision of technical solutions that are innovative, comprehensive and responsive customer services. The company is committed and focused on providing special needs to the law enforcement and corrections communities. Its headquarters are in Dallas, Texas and it has four other regional offices in Dallas Metro and Atlanta, Georgia. See their crunchbase page for more info.
More info posted on http://www.prnewswire.com/news-releases/securus-reviews-challenge-to-constitutionality-of-inter-partes-review-ipr-process-300264595.html & http://www.prnewswire.com/news-releases/securus-meets-with-justice-department-and-fbi-to-review-potential-illegal-activities-within-the-inmate-telephone-marketplace-300262288.html..