Imagine there is a Don from a prominent crime family that, through dint of forces beyond his control, becomes incarcerated. Now, this Don is beloved by the local crime community. He’s so loved that despite being in jail, he runs organized crime operations from that vicinity like some kind of crime spider in the nest of a criminal web. But he’s not running his operations through those who have visitation rights. Friends and family aren’t allowed to bring anything with them, and communications are closely monitored. There’s no code exchanged in meetings–the man is clean for all observable intents and purposes. Investigators have concluded that operations are being conducted through other inmates that have meetings with visitors acting on behalf of the incarcerated crime lord. The liberated criminals pass information to satellite inmates who then relay that information to the crime lord in the prison yard. There are several suspects, but no way to nail them down and figure out who, exactly, is making it possible for the crime boss to continue his operations from the inside. Enter Investigator Pro 4.0 from JLG Technologies, subsidiary of Securus Technologies.
Securus caters to some 3,500+ correctional facilities, jails, and public rehabilitation organizations nationwide. This organization understands correctional facilities from the inside out, and have personally seen the earlier-described hypothetical situation. That’s why they developed Investigator Pro 4.0. This platform analyzes phone calls for vocal similarity. A voiceprint is every bit as unique as a fingerprint. Through this new technology, inmates can be identified communicating with “free” individuals who may have priors. It’s usually these types that are running low-key missions for organized crime syndicates.
Through Investigator Pro 4.0, police can find massive areas of organized crime and virtually clean house in such a way that the peace is truly maintained, and crime is statistically reduced.