As one of the leading telecommunication companies in the prison industry of the United States, Securus Technologies has launched another groundbreaking product. Recently, JLG Technologies, a subsidiary of Securus, released the world’s first investigator software that allows investigators to select an inmate or the called party to match voices in other telephone calls. The Investigator Pro 4.0 allows investigators to select a voice sample from a list of calls generated from the inmate or called party side to search for related voice data stored in the telecommunication database.
Michael Kester, Chief Operating Officer at JLG Technologies, described the new software as instrumental in fighting the crime scene. He claimed that it can be used to counter various gang-related activities and other high-profile activities in the prison. In fact, the technology can help prison management to detect crime before it occurs.
The new software allows investigators to track criminals based on their voice instead of the traditional ID or telephone numbers. Using the software, investigators can quickly visualize who is calling a particular prisoner.
There are also a variety of other features that will interest investigators. For instance, the searchable voice can be combined to use the high-interest group tagging and voice identification confidence ratings. The technology will also help identify criminal networks and gangs operating over inmate telephone systems.
This is not the first time that Securus Technologies has produced such high-tech gadgets. As one of the leading companies serving approximately 3,500 criminal facilities and over 1.2 Million inmates across North America, Securus Technologies has a long track-record of producing innovative products for the prison industry.