Elmore Terms and Conditions

Centralized Net Centric, VOIP, Digital Transmitted Call Management System We will provide you with the Software regarding the Secure Calling Platform Interface (“S-Gate User Interface”) which may be used only on computers and other equipment that meets or exceeds the specifications set forth in the chart below, which we may amend from time to time (“Compatible Equipment”).  Customer represents that (i) it will be responsible for distributing and assigning licenses to its end users; (ii) it will use the SCP User Interface for lawful purposes and will not transmit, retransmit, or store material in violation of any federal or state laws or regulation; and (iii) it will monitor and ensure that its licensed end users comply with all Provider Use Terms and Conditions and as directed herein.
WORKSTATION REQUIREMENTS
Processor 2 gigahertz (GHz) or higher processor
Operating System Windows XP*, Windows Vista, Windows 7
Browser Internet Explorer 8, 9 or 10 (newer versions are not supported)
Memory At least 1 gigabyte (GB) of RAM (2GB recommended) – use of Windows 7 may require additional memory
Drive CD-RW or DVD-RW drive
Display Super VGA (1,024 x 768) or higher resolution video adapter
Peripherals Keyboard and Microsoft Mouse or compatible pointing device
Internet High speed internet access (dial up is not supported)
Installed Software Microsoft Silverlight 4.0 or newer, Microsoft .NET Framework 4, Adobe Reader 9.5 or newer, Microsoft Office Excel Viewer, Quick Time 7 or newer, Windows Media Player, Antivirus, WinZip or other zip utility
*XP Media center edition not supported
  Service Level Agreement We agree to repair and maintain the System in good operating condition (ordinary wear and tear excepted), including, without limitation, furnishing all parts and labor. All such maintenance will be conducted in accordance with the service levels in Items 1 through 10 below.  All such maintenance will be provided at our sole cost and expense unless necessitated by any misuse of, or destruction, damage, or vandalism to any premises equipment by you (not inmates at the Facilities), in which case, we may recoup the cost of such repair and maintenance through either a Commission deduction or direct invoicing, at our option.  You agree to promptly notify us in writing after discovering any misuse of or destruction, damage, or vandalism to the equipment.  If any portion of the System is interfaced with other devices or software owned or used by you or a third party, we will have no obligation to repair or maintain such other devices or software. This service level AGREEMENT does not apply to any provided Openworkstation(s) (see below).   For the services contemplated hereunder, we may provide, based upon the Facility’s requirements, two types of workstations (personal computer/desktop/laptop/terminal):  The “Openworkstation” is an open non-secured workstation which permits administrative user rights for Facility personnel and allows the Facility to add additional third-party software.  Ownership of the Openworkstation is transferred to the Facility along with a three-year product support plan with the hardware provider. We have no obligation to provide any technical and field support services for an Openworkstation.  Customer is solely responsible for the maintenance of ANY Openworkstation(s).”
  1. Outage Report; Technical Support. If either of the following occurs: (a) you experience a System outage or malfunction or (b) the System requires maintenance (each a “System Event”), then you will promptly report the System Event to our Technical Support Department (“Technical Support”).  You may contact Technical Support 24 hours a day, seven days a week (except in the event of planned or emergency outages) by telephone at 866-558-2323, by email at TechnicalSupport@securustech.net, or by facsimile at 800-368-3168. We will provide you commercially reasonable notice, when practical, before any Technical Support
  2. Priority Classifications. Upon receipt of your report of a System Event, Technical Support will classify the System Event as one of the following three priority levels:
“Priority 1” 30% or more of the functionality of the System is adversely affected by the System Event.
“Priority 2” 5% – 29% of the functionality of the System is adversely affected by the System Event.
“Priority 3” Less than 5% of the functionality of the System is adversely affected by the System Event.  Single and multiple phones related issues.
  1. Response Times. After receipt of notice of the System Event, we will respond to the System Event within the following time periods:
Priority 1 2 hours
Priority 2 24 hours
Priority 3 72 hours
  1. Response Process. In the event of a System Event, where the equipment is located on Customer premises, Technical Support will either initiate remote diagnosis and correction of the System Event or dispatch a field technician to the Facility (in which case the applicable regional dispatcher will contact you with the technician’s estimated time of arrival), as necessary.  In the event a System Event occurs in the centralized SCP system, technical support will initiate remote diagnosis and correction of the System Event.
  2. Performance of Service. All of our repair and maintenance of the System will be done in a good and workmanlike manner at no cost to you except as may be otherwise set forth in the Agreement.  Any requested modification or upgrade to the System that is agreed upon by you and us may be subject to a charge as set forth in the Agreement and will be implemented within the time period agreed by the parties.
  3. Escalation Contacts. Your account will be monitored by the applicable Territory Manager and Regional Service Manager.  In addition, you may use the following escalation list if our response time exceeds 36 hours: first to the Technical Support Manager or Regional Service Manager, as applicable, then to the Director of Field Services, then to the Executive Director, Service.
  4. Notice of Resolution. After receiving internal notification that a Priority 1 System Event has been resolved, a technician will contact you to confirm resolution.  For a Priority 2 or 3 System Event, a member of our customer satisfaction team will confirm resolution.
  5. Monitoring. We will monitor our back office and validation systems 24 hours a day, seven days a week.
  6. Required IGR. You are responsible for providing a dedicated isolated grounded receptacle (“IGR”) for use in connection with the primary System.  Upon request we will provide you with the specifications for the IGR.  If you are unable to or do not provide the IGR, we will provide the IGR on a time and materials basis at the installer’s then-current billing rates, provided that we are not responsible for any delay caused by your failure to provide the IGR.
  7. End-User Billing Services and Customer Care. Our Securus Correctional Billing Services department will maintain dedicated customer service representatives to handle end-user issues such as call blocking or unblocking and setting up end-user payment accounts.  The customer service representatives will be available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week by telephone at 800-844-6591, via chat by visiting our website securustech.net, and by facsimile at 972-277-0714.  In addition, we will maintain an automated inquiry system on a toll-free customer service phone line that will be available to end-users 24 hours a day, 7 days a week to provide basic information and handle most routine activities.  We will also accept payments from end-users by credit card, check, and cash deposit (such as by money order, MoneyGram or Western Union transfer).
THREADS™ TERMS OF USE
  1. Customer will comply with all privacy, consumer protection, marketing, and data security laws and government guidelines applicable to Customer’s access to and use of information obtained in connection with or through the THREADS™ application. Customer acknowledges and understands that the Customer is solely responsible for its compliance with such laws and that Provider makes no representation or warranty as to the legality of the use of the THREADS™ application or the information obtained in connection therewith.  Provider will have no obligation, responsibility, or liability for Customer’s compliance with any and all laws, regulations, policies, rules or other requirements applicable to Customer by virtue of its use of the THREADS™ application.
  2. Customer acknowledges that the information available through the THREADS™ application includes personally identifiable information and that it is Customer’s obligation to keep all such accessed information secure. Accordingly, Customer will (a) restrict access to THREADS™ to those law enforcement personnel who have a need to know as part of their official duties; (b) ensure that its employees (i) obtain and/or use information from the THREADS™ application only for lawful purposes and (ii) transmit or disclose any such information only as permitted or required by law; (c) keep all user identification numbers confidential and prohibit the sharing of user identification numbers; (d) use commercially reasonable efforts to monitor and prevent against unauthorized access to or use of the THREADS™ application and any information derived therefrom (whether in electronic form or hard copy); (e) notify Provider promptly of any such unauthorized access or use that Customer discovers or otherwise becomes aware of; and (f) unless required by law, purge all information obtained through the THREADS™ application and stored electronically or on hard copy by Customer within ninety (90) days of initial receipt or upon expiration of retention period required by law.
  3. Customer understands and acknowledges that all information used and obtained in connection with the THREADS™ application is “AS IS.” Customer further understands and acknowledges that THREADS™ uses data from third-party sources, which may or may not be thorough and/or accurate, and that Customer will not rely on Provider for the accuracy or completeness of information obtained through the THREADS™ application. Customer understands and acknowledges that Customer may be restricted from accessing certain aspects of the THREADS™ application which may be otherwise available.  Provider reserves the right to modify, enhance, or discontinue any of the features that are currently part of the THREADS™ application.  Moreover, if Provider determines in its sole discretion that the THREADS™ application and/or Customer’s use thereof (1) violates the terms and conditions set forth herein and/or in the Agreement or (2) violates any law or regulation or (3) is reasonably likely to be so determined, Provider may, upon written notice, immediately terminate Customer’s access to the THREADS™ application and will have no further liability or responsibility to Customer with respect thereto.
  4. Provider will have no liability to Customer (or to any person to whom Customer may have provided data from the THREADS™ application) for any loss or injury arising out of or in connection with the THREADS application or Customer’s use thereof. If, notwithstanding the foregoing, liability can be imposed on Provider, Customer agrees that Provider’s aggregate liability for any and all losses or injuries arising out of any act or omission of Provider in connection with the THREADS™ application, regardless of the cause of the loss or injury, and regardless of the nature of the legal or equitable right claimed to have been violated, will never exceed $100.00.  Customer covenants and promises that it will not seek to recover from Provider an amount greater than such sum even if Customer was advised of the possibility of such damages. Provider does not make and hereby disclaims any warranty, express or implied, with respect to the THREADS™ APPLICATION.  Provider does not guarantee or warrant the correctness, completeness, LEGALITY, merchantability, or fitness for a particular purpose of the THREADS™ APPLICATION or information OBTAINED IN CONNECTION THEREWITH. In no event will Provider be liable for any indirect, incidental, or consequential damages, however arising, incurred by Customer from receipt or use of information obtained in connection with the threads™ application or the unavailability thereof.
  5. Customer hereby agrees to protect, indemnify, defend, and hold harmless Provider from and against any and all costs, claims, demands, damages, losses, and liabilities (including attorneys’ fees and costs) arising from or in any way related to Customer’s use of the THREADS™ application or information obtained in connection therewith.
TABLET TERMS AND CONDITIONS   Customer represents and warrants that it will not provide the SecureView Tablet Solution to inmates whom Customer knows or reasonably suspects pose a threat to other inmates or Facility personnel, or who may use an Inmate Tablet in a dangerous or unauthorized manner. Customer understands and acknowledges that premium content is rented and available only for the duration of an inmate’s incarceration at the Facility and will not be made available upon the inmate’s release. Customer further understands and acknowledges that, in instances where inmate telephone calls originate from Tablets, Investigator Pro™ works only with Provider’s certified earbuds.  If Customer elects to sell alternative earbuds, Customer forgoes the effectiveness of Investigator Pro’s™ voice identification technology on Tablet calls.  Moreover, Customer will refrain from the sale or distribution of earbuds with a microphone other than Provider’s certified earbuds. PROVIDER DOES NOT MAKE AND HEREBY DISCLAIMS ANY WARRANTY, EXPRESS OR IMPLIED, WITH RESPECT TO THE SECUREVIEW TABLET SOLUTION. PROVIDER DOES NOT GUARANTEE OR WARRANT THE CORRECTNESS, COMPLETENESS, LEGALITY, MERCHANTABILITY, OR FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE OF THE SECUREVIEW TABLET SOLUTION. IN NO EVENT WILL PROVIDER BE LIABLE FOR ANY INDIRECT, INCIDENTAL, OR CONSEQUENTIAL DAMAGES, HOWEVER ARISING, INCURRED BY CUSTOMER OR INMATE FROM RECEIPT OR USE OF THE SECUREVIEW TABLET SOLUTION OR THE UNAVAILABILITY THEREOF. Customer hereby agrees to protect, indemnify, defend, and hold harmless Provider from and against any and all costs, claims, demands, damages, losses, and liabilities (including attorneys’ fees and costs) arising from or in any way related to Customer’s or inmates’ use of the SecureView Tablet solution. VIDEO VISITATION TERMS AND CONDITIONS WARRANTY:  Provider warrants that the services it provides as contemplated in and by this Schedule will be performed in a good and workmanlike manner consistent with industry standards and practices. Provider further warrants that its agent(s) and/or employee(s) utilized by it in the performance of its obligations under this Schedule will be qualified to perform the contracted services. Should any errors or omissions arise in the rendering of the services under this Schedule, Provider will undertake to correct such errors or omissions within a reasonable time period. If Customer purchases from Provider any hardware components in connection with the services hereunder (“Hardware Components”), Provider warrants such components to be free from material defects under normal use, maintenance and service for a period of 12 months from the date of installation of the Hardware Components.  This warranty will be conditional on Customer’s compliance with the provisions of this Warranty section. Provider makes no warranty with respect to low performance, damages or defects in any Hardware Component caused by misuse, misapplication, neglect or accident, nor does Company make any warranty as to any Hardware Component that has been repaired or altered in any way, which, in the sole judgment of Provider affects the performance or purpose for which the Hardware Component was manufactured. When applicable, Provider will offer the required replacement parts and components free of charge. THE WARRANTY OBLIGATIONS OF PROVIDER WITH RESPECT TO THE HARDWARE COMPONENTS ARE STRICTLY LIMITED TO THE REPLACEMENT OF ANY DEFECTIVE HARDWARE COMPONENT. IN NO EVENT AND UNDER NO CIRCUMSTANCES WILL THE LIABILITY OF PROVIDER EXCEED THE UNIT PRICE PAID BY CUSTOMER FOR ANY DEFECTIVE HARDWARE COMPONENT OR PART THEREOF. EXCEPT AS EXPRESSLY SET FORTH HEREIN OR IN A SCHEDULE TO THE AGREEMENT, THE SERVICES AND ANY HARDWARE COMPONENT TO BE PROVIDED HEREUNDER ARE PROVIDED WITHOUT ANY OTHER WARRANTY OR GUARANTY OF ANY KIND AND PROVIDER DISCLAIMS ANY OTHER EXPRESS OR IMPLIED WARRANTY, INCLUDING BUT NOT LIMITED TO THE WARRANTIES OF MERCHANTABILITY AND FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE. OWNERSHIP AND USE.  The Video Visitation System and Software will at all times remain Provider’s sole and exclusive property.  Provider (or Provider’s licensors, if any) have and will retain all right, title, interest, and ownership in and to (i) the Software and any copies, custom versions, modifications, or updates of the Software, (ii) all related documentation, and (iii) any trade secrets, know-how, methodologies, and processes related to Provider’s Applications, the Video Visitation System, and Provider’s other products and services (the “Materials”).  The Materials constitute proprietary information and trade secrets of Provider and its licensors, whether or not any portion thereof is or may be the subject of a valid copyright or patent. LEGALITY/LIMITED LICENSE AGREEMENT:  For services related to applications which may allow Customer to monitor and record inmate visitation sessions, by providing the application, Provider makes no representation or warranty as to the legality of recording or monitoring such sessions.  Customer may utilize settings to disable the monitoring and recording function to prevent monitoring and recording of private sessions (i.e., attorney client privileged communications, clergy visits, etc.) which will be Customer’s sole responsibility to identify, approve and disable.  Further, Customer retains custody and ownership of all recordings; however Customer grants Provider a perpetual limited license to compile, store, and access recordings for purposes of (i) complying with the requests of officials at the Facility, (ii) disclosing information to requesting law enforcement and correctional officials as they may require for investigative, penological or public safety purposes, (iii) performing billing and collection functions, or (iv) maintaining equipment and quality control purposes.  This license does not apply to recordings of inmate visitation sessions with their attorneys or to recordings protected from disclosure by other applicable privileges. CONNECTUS TERMS AND CONDITIONS
  1. PROVISION OF SERVICE
Provider will make the following Services available to Customer through its ConnectUs Inmate Service Platform (collectively, the “Service”) at the Facility(s) during the Term of the Agreement, subject to the terms of the Agreement, this Schedule and each mutually acceptable written ordering document for the Service executed by both Customer and Provider (each, a “Sales Order Form”):  (a) the services ordered by Customer as specified in the Sales Order Form attached hereto as Attachment 1 and incorporated herein by this reference; and (b) any additional services ordered pursuant to a mutually acceptable amendment to the Agreement executed by both Customer and Provider.
  1. GRANT OF RIGHTS; OWNERSHIP OF PROPERTY; USE AND RESTRICTIONS
2.1  Grant of Rights.  Subject to the terms of the Agreement and this Schedule: (a) Provider hereby grants Customer a non-exclusive, non-transferable right during the Term of the Agreement to access and use the Service solely for Customer’s internal business purposes as contemplated herein, subject to the Service scope and pricing specified herein and the applicable Sales Order Form; and (b) Customer hereby grants Provider a non-exclusive, non-transferable right to use the electronic data specifically pertaining to Customer and/or its users that is submitted into the Service (collectively, “Customer Data”) as necessary for the limited purpose of performing the Service. 2.2  Ownership.  Provider and its licensors and suppliers own and retain all right, title, and interest in and to the following (collectively, “Provider Property”):  (a) the Service and all other software, hardware, technology, documentation, and information provided by Provider in connection with the Service; (b) all ideas, know-how, and techniques that may be developed, conceived, or invented by Provider during its performance under the Agreement; and (c) all worldwide patent, copyright, trade secret, trademark and other intellectual property rights in and to the property described in clauses (a) and (b) above.  Except as otherwise expressly authorized herein or by Provider in writing, the non-exclusive use rights set forth in the Agreement are the entirety of Customer’s rights in connection with the Provider Property.  Customer owns and retains all right, title, and interest in and to the Customer Data and all intellectual property rights therein.  Except as otherwise expressly authorized herein or by Customer in writing, the non-exclusive use rights set forth in the Agreement are the entirety of Provider’s rights in connection with the Customer Data. 2.3  Use and Restrictions. (a)   Except as expressly permitted under the Agreement or this Schedule, Customer will not directly or indirectly do any of the following:  (i) access, use, sell, distribute, sublicense, or commercially exploit any Provider Property or any rights under the Agreement, including without limitation any access or use of any Provider Property; (ii) knowingly introduce any infringing, obscene, libelous, or otherwise unlawful data or material into the Service; (iii) copy, modify, or prepare derivative works based on Provider Property; (iv) reverse engineer, decompile, disassemble, or attempt to derive source code from any Provider Property; or (v) remove, obscure, or alter any intellectual property right or confidentiality notices or legends appearing in or on any aspect of any Provider Property. (b)   At Provider’s sole and reasonable discretion, certain of the selected Applications will be made available only during times which would not otherwise interfere with the use of Provider’s revenue generating Applications and services. (c)   Applications ordered by Customer may be disabled by Customer at any time during the Term of the Agreement upon written notice to Provider by an authorized representative of Customer; provided, however, Customer will remain responsible for paying the Annual Subscription and Hosting Fee according to the Agreement, this Schedule and Sales Order Form(s) set forth in Attachment 1, unless otherwise agreed by both parties pursuant to a written and signed amendment. (d)   Provider may deny the publication of certain documents, videos or forms in connection with the Service, if in Provider’s sole and reasonable discretion, such materials are in conflict with the provision of Provider’s Service hereunder. (e)   Customer will allow Provider to display videos, documents and digital messages to inmates through ConnectUs to promote Provider’s new and existing services, products and features. (f)    Provider is not responsible and hereby disclaims any liability for any and all content of the third party Applications and any documents, videos or forms published by Customer or from outside sources. WARRANTIES AND LIMITATIONS 4.1  Service Warranties. (a)   Provider warrants that the services it provides as contemplated in and by this Schedule will be performed in a good and workmanlike manner consistent with industry standards and practices.  Provider further warrants that its agent(s) and/or employee(s) utilized by it in the performance of its obligations under this Schedule will be qualified to perform the contracted services.  Should any errors or omissions arise in the rendering of the services under this Schedule, Provider will undertake to correct such errors or omissions within a reasonable time period.  If Customer purchases from Provider any hardware components in connection with the services hereunder (“Hardware Components”), Provider warrants such components to be free from material defects under normal use, maintenance and service for a period of twelve (12) months from the date of installation of the Hardware Components. (b)   Provider makes no warranty with respect to low performance, damages or defects in any Hardware Component caused by misuse, misapplication, neglect or accident, nor does Provider make any warranty as to any Hardware Component that has been repaired or altered in any way, which, in the sole judgment of Provider affects the performance or purpose for which the Hardware Component was manufactured. 4.2  Limitation of Warranty. (a)   THE WARRANTY OBLIGATIONS OF PROVIDER WITH RESPECT TO THE HARDWARE COMPONENTS ARE STRICTLY LIMITED TO THE REPLACEMENT OF ANY DEFECTIVE HARDWARE COMPONENT. IN NO EVENT AND UNDER NO CIRCUMSTANCES WILL THE LIABILITY OF PROVIDER EXCEED THE UNIT PRICE PAID BY CUSTOMER FOR ANY DEFECTIVE HARDWARE COMPONENT OR PART THEREOF. (b)   EXCEPT AS EXPRESSLY SET FORTH HEREIN OR IN A SCHEDULE TO THE AGREEMENT, THE SERVICES AND ANY HARDWARE COMPONENT TO BE PROVIDED HEREUNDER ARE PROVIDED WITHOUT ANY OTHER WARRANTY OR GUARANTY OF ANY KIND AND PROVIDER DISCLAIMS ANY OTHER EXPRESS OR IMPLIED WARRANTY, INCLUDING BUT NOT LIMITED TO THE WARRANTIES OF MERCHANTABILITY AND FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE. 4.3  Professional Responsibility.  As between Customer and Provider, Customer assumes full responsibility for the use of information provided through the Application(s) for patient care.  Clinical information, if any, in the Applications is intended as a supplement to, and not a substitute for, the knowledge, expertise, and judgment of professional personnel.  Customer acknowledges that the professional duty to the patient in providing healthcare services lies solely with the healthcare professional providing patient care services.  Provider disclaims liability for the use of any information provided by, or results obtained from, the Applications used by professional personnel.  Provider, its affiliates and licensors, are not liable for actions of Customer or its authorized users, which may result in any liability due to malpractice or failure to warn.  Provider provides no medical or other professional advice in connection with the Applications and the information contained therein.  The parties acknowledge that a licensed professional is responsible for independently reaching any medical or other professional judgment and for any resulting diagnosis and treatments, notwithstanding any use of the Applications by such professional.    

About Securus Technologies

Headquartered in Dallas, Texas, and serving more than 3,450 public safety, law enforcement and corrections agencies and over 1,200,000 inmates across North America, Securus Technologies is committed to serve and connect by providing emergency response, incident management, public information, investigation, biometric analysis, communication, information management, inmate self-service, and monitoring products and services in order to make our world a safer place to live. Securus Technologies connecting what matters®. For more information, please visit SecurusTechnologies.com.