Securus Technologies has finally released JLG Technologies’ latest Investigator Pro 4.0 with searchable voice. The new system IPRO 4.0 is said to have a new level of biometric sophistication that will be beneficial for the investigators to stop crime in a preventive way. According to Michael Kester the Chief Operator Officer at JLG Technologies, the software with searchable voice will be crucial for investigators to uncover gang-related activities and other potential crime activities by identifying the involved parties by voice. Since Securus Technologies is linked to many prisons in the United States, the software will also be used to determine the inmates involved in any criminal gang.
Investigator Pro 4.0 with searchable voice gives the investigators ability to select a voice sample from the inmate or outside party of an inmate’s telephone call to enable the sample to help in the search of all other calls and link the voice to an individual participating in a crime. The searchable voice feature is very crucial because it helps investigators to bring an investigation case to a close when the person matching the voice is identified. Without an ID/PIN or telephone numbers, an investigator can now find out:
- Whether an outside party was an incarcerated inmate?
- hether other inmates are calling the outside party?
- Whether there current inmates calling the outside party?
The new investigative software uses other features other than searchable voice. For instance, the software is embedded with voice identification confidence ratings and high-interest group tagging making it a powerful toolkit for investigators to identify individuals involved in criminal activities and using inmate telephone systems to accomplish their objectives.
Securus Technologies has been improving its services to all its clients including law enforcement agencies and correctional facilities. The technology company based in Dallas, Texas was founded in 1986 and has received various accreditation for its commitment to building trust, honor promises, responsiveness, ability to safeguard privacy, and integrity.