Securus Helps Law Enforcement With Release Of Investigator Pro 4.0

All phone calls going in and out of a prison facility are recorded. But these communications into and out of a prison can reveal a tremendous amount of information to law enforcement.

 

Until now, searching these recorded phone call databases was almost impossible. Someone either had to catalog them in person or a computer simply file them away with the inmate’s name. But a new technological innovation has made searching these databases very easy.

 

They are a third-party private company that provides telephone services into and out of prisons for inmates. This company is responsible for recording the phone calls and now has made these phone calls searchable with the release of Investigator Pro 4.0 with voice search.

 

This software can take a known voice, analyze it and then use that analysis to search the entire database of phone calls for one prison facility. This technology is not only used for the inmates, it is used for anybody calling into the prison as well. Once a voice is identified, a simple search will yield every phone call that person has been involved with.

 

This can give law enforcement critical information. Somebody arrested on the outside of the prison on suspicion of a crime can have his voice recorded and analyzed in the software. Any phone calls and that suspect has made into a prison will pop up on a search results. Hidden in the thousands of minutes of phone calls could be the key to prosecution, and even a confession. None of this was possible before Investigator Pro 4.0 with voice search.

 

One Comment

  1. Kerry Dan February 22, 2017

    Securus Technologies is a telecommunications company that services law enforcement, prison facilities and inmates. This is because inmates on the inside have lost their right to privacy after they were convicted of a crime by a jury of their peers. There are a ways in which http://essay-writing-service.reviews/ there are many things in which many have what they takes too.

Comments are Disabled