Case Studies

Dec 2nd, 2020

Securus Technologies’ Lantern helps former incarcerated individuals pursue reentry professions

According to Vice President for Correctional Education and Innovation Todd Marshall, Ph.D., of Ashland University, incarcerated individuals are often in and out of prison.

Dec 2nd, 2020

Sheriff Daron Hall noticed an increase in people suffering from mental illness who also faced charges within the criminal justice system in Nashville.

“The tablets are important. When you listen to the patients talk about the experience, you understand why it’s worth it and why I bothered doing it.”

Dec 2nd, 2020

Meriwether County Sheriff’s Office is a small facility that does not have the manpower or ability to adequately monitor all in-person visits.

“Security and safety have increased as our agency now has visibility into the communication and actions taking place during video sessions that we otherwise would not have been able to manage.”

Dec 2nd, 2020

Sheriff Daron Hall wanted to give incarcerated individuals more opportunities to connect with family and friends

“Because of Securus, we were able to provide tools allowing inmates to communicate with their families. We were able to provide tablets to isolate. If it would not have been for that, we would have exposed more staff and more inmates to COVID.”

Nov 9th, 2020

Suffolk County Sheriff’s Department works hard with its population on family reunification.

When we began Securus Video Connect, the population was much happier because they could have face-to-face conversations with loved ones. Morale went up since it allowed our incarcerated community to see and know that their families are doing well during the pandemic.

Nov 9th, 2020

Securus provides Digital Mail Center because of its ability to increase security, safety and efficiency.

Leaders at the Butler County Prison turned to Securus Technologies® for a solution to help prevent contraband from entering their prison through the postal service.

Nov 2nd, 2020

Improving Lives part 10: Former Incarcerated Individual Teaches Others Why Language Matters

Lantern connects me with professors, lecturers, presenters and preachers. Communication, when you think about, is the key to any interaction.

Oct 2nd, 2020

The Securus education program provides nearly 70 courses for incarcerated residents

“Because of Lantern, I feel more confident now about my future, that I can have a good life, a successful life. I feel empowered to give a formerly incarcerated person that feeling, which is priceless,” Grayson explained.

Sep 28th, 2020

Erie County Prison in Pennsylvania is one of the many correctional facilities around our nation combatting illegality. While incarcerated individuals serve their

One of the challenges facing Erie County was that incarcerated individuals were getting illegal substances in the mail. Staff members became privy to the minds of those who plot intricate plans to smuggle contraband.

Sep 2nd, 2020

Securus Technologies’ Lantern creates habits that lead to a communication degree for the formerly incarcerated

With its 21st century technology, the program has helped over 170,000 students with digital education content.