|Industry||Prison technology company|
|Predecessor||Richard Falcone, Chairman and CEO (-2008)|
|Headquarters||Dallas, Texas, USA|
|Carrollton, Texas, Allen, Texas and Atlanta, Georgia|
|CEO: Richard A. (Rick) Smith (Jun 23, 2008–)|
Securus Technologies is an American for-profit prison technology company based in Dallas, Texas. Founded in 1986 with regional offices located in Carrollton, Texas, Allen, Texas and Atlanta, Georgia, the company employs approximately 1,000 people and is reported to have contracts with 2,600 correctional facilities in the United States. serve over 2,200 Correctional Facilities across the United States and Canada Securus announced in July 2016 that it had invested more than $600 million in technologies, patents and acquisitions in three years.
In September 2004 "T-Netix and Evercom—two industry leading corrections market industry companies"—merged. In June 2007 Securus Technologies acquired the "international brand leader in Offender Management Systems—Syscon Justice Systems.
Securus was one of a number of companies which provided telephone service to inmates in US prisons at higher rates than the general public. The company was the target of a data breach of about 70 million records of phone calls in July 2015.
- SECURUS Technologies, Inc's Board of Directors announces Rick Smith as its new CEO June 2008
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- "Securus Technologies Announces Direct Investment of +$600 Million in the Last Three Years for New Products and Technologies for Corrections and Law Enforcement". PR Newswire. July 28, 2016. Retrieved August 2, 2016.
- Connor, Tracy. "'Huge Step': FCC Slashes Costs of Prison Phone Calls". NBCnews.com. NBC. Retrieved 22 October 2015.
- "Dallas-Based Prison Phone Company Securus Hit by Massive Hack". Dallas Observer. November 12, 2015. Retrieved August 2, 2016.