Securus Technologies Getting Appreciation from All Sides due to High-Quality Products and Services

The inmates of the correctional facilities where the services of Securus Technologies are provided are happy with the quality of services they are receiving. The internet is flooded with the positive reviews from the customers of the company, and the count of positive reviews continues to increase. The commitment of the company towards its customers is focused. Securus Technologies wants to ensure that the customers get value for money along with complete satisfaction from the services offered. The law enforcement agencies and officers are also full of praises for the company’s services, which includes parolee tracking system, legal information management solutions, and investigative solutions and services.

 

Securus Technologies is one of the very few companies in the correctional sphere that has received an A+ rating from the Better Business Bureau. As a company, it has matured over the years, and the customers of the company have multiplied manifolds due to the quality of services it provides. Rick Smith, who serves as the CEO of Securus Technologies has some years of experience of working in the telecommunication industry. He has worked for the firms like Integra Telecom and Eschelon Telecommunications in the past, which has given him exposure as well as experience in the inmate communication and telecommunication business. Rick Smith knows what needs to be done to take Securus Technologies to new heights of success, and he has been focusing his energy on doing that only from the very beginning.

 

In the coming years, Rick Smith plans to take Securus Technologies across the country from its currently focused operational territory in North America. Securus Technologies also concentrates majorly on research and development and has a massive range of investigative services and tools on its name that is used extensively by the law enforcement agencies. The law enforcement officers love what the company offers, and many of these officers have even written to the company saying how good their products and services are.

 

 

Maricopa County

After the former Sheriff of Maricopa County, Joe Arpaio, was pardoned by President Donald Trump, erasing the chance of any jail time, U.S. District Judge, Susan R. Bolton, made the decision official; a move that surprised few. Jim Larkin and Michael Lacey, longtime foes of “Sheriff Joe,” who were famously and unjustly rousted from their homes by Maricopa County Sheriff’s Deputies, continued their crusade to expose his many injustices by speaking to the media concerning President Trump’s decision.

Michael Lacey seemed to agree with Rex Tillerson’s assessment of President Trump, reiterating his “moron” statement, then proceed to lay out a condensed list of Joe Arpaio’s trespasses against humanity.

Joe Arpaio made national headlines when the conditions involving his jail, often referred to as “tent city,” came into the public eye. Instead of attempting to right the conditions, Sheriff Arpaio referred to tent city as his own personal “concentration camp,” continuing his harassment of minorities, particularly Latino’s, throughout the region.

In 1970, Jim Larkin and Michael Lacey were simply two college dropouts living in the midst of the rapidly changing environment of the United States. With the Vietnam War in full force, protests began erupting throughout the country, particularly on college campuses.

In the wake of the Kent State Shooting, and already discouraged with the way the traditional media was covering the war, Jim Larkin and Michael Lacey, along with a group of their peers, including Nick Stupey, Hal Smith, Karen Lofgren, and Frank Fiore, decided to enact change by taking advantage of the nation’s budding desire for an alternative take on current events.

Later that year, they published their inaugural issue of the Phoenix New Times – a free weekly print paper that delivered perspectives that were in stark contrast to the ideology of mainstream 1970’s America. Eventually, Michael Lacey would take on the role of Executive Editor, while Jim Larkin, already married with children, would handle the marketing aspects of the newspaper.

This proved to be a formidable combination due to Michael Lacey and his team’s staunch commitment to presenting an accurate description of the times, and Jim Larkin, who had increased motivation due to his family responsibilities, kicking off a campaign that would convince established companies to place adds in their fledgling paper.  Learn more about Jim Larkin and Michael Lacey: http://www.bizjournals.com/phoenix/potmsearch/detail/submission/6427427/Jim_Larkin and http://james-larkin.com/press/

Throughout the 1970’s the company continued to grow exponentially, and by the early 1980’s, they would acquire the Denver area newspaper, Westword – a move that would lead to the acquisition of 16 additional papers, spreading their message from coast to coast.

Eventually, these acquisitions would come to include world-renowned print papers such as LA Weekly, Village Voice, Nashville Scene, and OC Weekly. After years of growing their company, New Times Inc, Jim Larkin and Michael Lacey decided to step down, selling their stakes to a few longstanding executives.

Today, the team of Larkin and Lacey continue to focus on human rights, consistently pushing the Frontera Fund, and they recently decided to delve back into the world of journalism with the launch of FrontPage Confidential.

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