Many Correctional Facilities Are Moving Away From Paper Request Forms
For many years most correctional facilities used paper request forms. Basically everything involving inmate request forms was done on paper. While the use of paper request forms is a proven way to handle inmate request forms, the amount of time needed to handle the forms can be time consuming.
Securus Technologies has been a mainstay in providing technology for correctional facilities. As a way of providing other options beyond traditional paper request forms, Securus Technologies recently introduced a software application Inmate Forms and Grievance. The software application provides a technology driven option for utilizing inmate request forms. The technology is an automate way to utilize inmate request forms.
I believe that the use of the Inmate Forms and Grievance application will offer correctional facilities many advantages over the traditional paper method. The application will allow correctional facilities to handle inmate request forms in a digital system. The use of a digital system will reduce the amount of time needed to handle inmate request forms by a significant amount.
I feel that by using a digital platform, access to the inmate request forms will be easier for correctional staff and inmates. A digital platform allows users to access the desired information from a variety of devices and the location is not important. This gives both staff and inmates more flexibility in accessing inmate request forms.
Additionally a digital platform reduces the amount of time needed to handle request forms. The technology developed by Securus Technologies provides an array of options that make handling the inmate request forms much easier than using paper request forms.
I feel that the Inmate Forms and Grievance software created by Securus Technologies will have a major affect on correctional facilities regarding inmate request forms.
The technology will allow correctional staff to focus more on facility related concerns such as safety and security by reducing the time needed to handle inmate request forms.