Securus Highlights the Integrity Breaches and Wrongdoings of GTL

Securus has embarked on releasing some more reports on the acts of integrity breaches as well as wrongdoings that were committed by GTL. Their efforts which are expected to last for the next six months will be aimed at making GTL to ensure that integrity forms part of their each and every action. Securus Technologies is a top company that offers solutions in technology in the civil and also criminal justice. The technological solutions are utilized in conducting investigations, corrections, public safety and monitoring. The reports according to PR newswire that they wish to release against GTL seek to highlight the wrongs that the company did when it used to provide services in inmate communications.

The overall reason for Securus to resort to these press releases is to make sure that no other company in their industry will try to stoop lower than what is expected of their bar of integrity. The releases will shame GTL in order to ensure that in future it will not resort to what it did in the past as it provides services for its customers. The first item to be released is the Order No. U-20784-B, which is 17 pages long, and that was ordered by Louisiana Public Service Commission. It shows what actions were taken by GTL as it was contracted by the Louisiana Department of Corrections and when it provided inmate telecom services. These include adding extra seconds to clocks, charging high rates, inflating call charges artificially and billing calls a number of times. The total overcharge amount was $1,243,000.

About Securus Technologies

Securus Technologies Incorporated, falls under the providers of parolee tracking, information management solutions for the government and inmate communications. It serves almost 2,600 facilities of correction totaling to about 1,000,000 inmates. Securus is well known by BBB for its provision of solutions that are comprehensive, innovative and customer services that are highly responsive. It is headquartered in Dallas, Texas.

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