Securus’ JLG Technologies Releases Investigator Pro 4.0

First software in corrections to let investigators select an Incarcerated Individual or called party voice and then search for that voice in other telephone calls

DALLAS, TX September 7, 2016/PRNewswire/ — Securus Technologies, a leading provider of civil and criminal justice technology solutions for public safety, investigation, corrections and monitoring, announced the release of JLG Technologies’ latest Investigator Pro 4.0 with searchable voice. The new software gives investigators the ability to select a voice sample from either the Incarcerated Individual or called party side of an Incarcerated Individual’s telephone call and then use that sample to search for all other calls where that voice occurs. “Investigator Pro helps investigators uncover gang-related, high-interest and other potentially nefarious activities by identifying called parties by voice,” said Michael Kester, Chief Operating Officer at JLG Technologies. “It also identifies other Incarcerated Individuals that may have called that party. IPRO 4.0 brings a new level of biometric sophistication to help investigators stop crime before it happens.” The searchable voice feature makes it possible to follow the individual voice, not just the PIN/ID or telephone numbers. An investigator can now answer questions like these:
  • What other Incarcerated Individuals are talking to this particular called party?
  • Was this called party ever an incarcerated Incarcerated Individual?
  • Are any of my current Incarcerated Individuals talking to this released Incarcerated Individual?
Searchable voice can be combined with other analysis features of Investigator Pro such as high-interest group tagging and voice identification confidence ratings, resulting in a sophisticated and powerful toolkit for identifying criminal networks operating over Incarcerated Individual telephone systems.

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