30 Jan 2023

Delays And Obstacles Disrupt Communications For Georgia Prisoners

Incarcerated Georgians and their loved ones have struggled to stay in touch after the Georgia Department of Corrections began switching communications services from JPay to Securus, as the former merges its systems with the latter.

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Bristol County Sheriff Thomas M. Hodgson appears on CBS. Photo source: https://www.facebook.com/BristolCountySheriff/photos/a.1335231376503787.1073741827.224225530937716/2073706762656241/?type=3&theater
22 Jan 2018

Massachusetts County Plans To Make Video Screens Only Way For Incarcerated To See Loved Ones

Bristol County, Massachusetts, is planning to make video screens the only way incarcerated individuals can “visit” and see their loved ones.

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15 Feb 2017

Securus And CoreCivic Sued For Providing Attorney-Prisoner Calls To Law Enforcement

Attorneys Adam Crane and David Johnson sued private prison company CoreCivic and the for-profit phone and video visitation service Securus Technologies in federal court for recording and storing confidential communications between pretrial detainees and their attorneys. Crane and Johnson allege [PDF] CoreCivic and Securus made recorded communications available to law enforcement agencies, including prosecutors, which not

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