Securus Technologies recently completed a pilotless drone detection program. The program, which took 18 months, was deemed a success in an early 2018 release by the prison technology company. Securus will continue to test its technology, which uses Digital Antennae Structure (DAS) to triangulate the presence of drones in and around corrections facilities.


In recent years criminals have increased the use of drones to deliver illegal contraband to prisons and jails. The types of contrabands that can be delivered by drones are innumerable and include drugs, cell phones, weapons, and money. Securus, with the help of prison officials, is dedicated to stop drone use by these criminals and make prisons and communities safer places to live.


The company also recently received high marks at the annual Stevie Awards banquet for their sales and customer service teams. The awards banquet is the largest of its kind in the United States. Securus Technologies received 3 Stevie Awards at the banquet that was held in Las Vegas in February. They operate a U.S.-based call center that employees over 300 people.


Securus Technologies was founded in 1986 and is based in the Dallas, Texas suburb of Carrollton. They company was founded by a former law enforcement officer with the idea in mind to make the world safer. They provide many services to over 3,500 government agencies and nearly 1.2 million inmates in the United States and Mexico.