Securus Technologies Announces the Release of the Investigator Pro™ 4.0

Securus Technologies, a top provider of criminal and civil justice solutions in technology for investigation, public safety, monitoring and corrections have announced the JLG Technologies’ release of the latest software, Investigator Pro 4.0. The software comes with a searchable voice that allows investigators can take a voice sample from a called party or inmate’s call and search for it in other telephone calls. This new software will help investigators in uncovering gang-related, potentially nefarious and high-interest activities by identifying the voice of the parties in a call. IPRO 4.0 offers a biometric sophistication on a higher level to assist investigators stop crimes before they occur.

 

This searchable voice feature allows investigators to follow a specific voice and not only the telephone numbers or ID/PIN. The feature allows an investigator to find out what inmates are talking to other particular parties and whether any inmates communicate to released inmates. The Investigator Pro has high-interest voice identification and group tagging resulting in powerful and sophisticated toolkits that help in nabbing criminal networks that may use the inmate telephone systems in their operations.

 

About Securus Technologies

 

Securus Technologies has its headquarters in Dallas, Texas and serves over 3,450 law enforcement, corrections and public safety agencies. The company serves inmates ranging over 1,200,000 present across North America. Securus Technologies has a commitment to connect and serve its clients through the provision of incident management, emergency response, investigation, public information, communication, biometric analysis, inmate self-service, information management and monitoring services and products that make the world safer to live on. The company is focused on ‘connecting what matters’.

 

 

The company was founded in 1986 and is currently one of the largest parolee tracking, detainee communications and government-owned information management solutions provider. It serves over 2,600 correctional facilities based in 45 states that include Canada, Mexico and the District of Columbia. Securus has four other regional offices in the area of Dallas metro and another in Atlanta, Georgia.