The inmates that are locked away may have little hope if they are not able to connect with their family members on the outside. The rehabilitation of a criminal that cannot connect with family is futile. These inmates will not see a need to leave the prison once they have become a part of the prison culture. They will find family inside and become hardened criminals. Fortunately, IC Solutions has come to the rescue for criminals and made it easier for many of them to reach out and stay connected with family members.
This is a company that specializes in communication for the prison industry. And according to pissedconsumer.com, this company has managed to become a catalyst for video communication between inmates and family members on the outside. I think that this is one of the best things that could have ever been created for inmates. Making phone calls is good, but it definitely doesn’t beat the concept of the video visitation. This is such a joyous thing for inmates to engage in. It makes them feel connected with their family members. I think that this is something that motivates them to be on good behavior while inside. Many prisons are already overcrowded so their good behavior can often lead to an early release. This is the type of effect that IC Solutions has on the prison system.
This company has a lot of competition, but I believe that it has become one of the favorites with many customers because it is easy to use the software. There is a video chat app that is simple to utilize once your account is funded. This is also quite reliable software. I have never had any problems with this freezing up. It is one of the most stable platforms when it comes to prison communication application. Visit the PissedConsumer website to view the IC Solutions company profile. Check their website: icsolutions.com
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The Keefe Group, a subsidiary of Centric Group LLC, has been exposed for its corrupt dealings with the prison system. According to corrections.com, it has been easy for the company to take advantage of the system since it basically has the monopoly of its industry throughout county, state, and federal prison systems. One of these corruptions is that some of its authorities have been exposed as accepting bribes. In exchange for these bribes from businessmen, they gave part of their prison vending business to these individuals. Tape recordings of these shady dealings have even been discovered, making the case even stronger.
Although the bribing businessmen have been prosecuted, no charges have yet been brought against the Keefe Group leaders who accepted the bribes. Studies have shown that a large percentage of U.S. companies commonly profit from this sort of thing. I and many other outraged individuals encourage people to therefore write the Keefe Group for itself to demand a full explanation for its operations. Writing directly to them and any responses will aid in getting documented abuses to build up a possible case for a future lawsuit against them. I also suggest researching any individual legal fights against them and making them known to the public.
Based out of St. Louis, the Keefe Group has been involved with some controversies lately. The company was recently mentioned in a report from PrisonCensorship.com about bribery and kickbacks that occurred in Florida, a state where the Keefe Group supplies food to prisoners. The news reports about the incident surely has caused some embarrassment for the Keefe Group.
The Keefe Group is by no means a small operation. The company earned $40+ million through contracts signed to deliver services in a number of correctional facilities.
The Keefe Group is far from a new enterprise. The company was founded in 1975 and, since that time, the Keefe Group has supplied food, clothing, technology, and other products to the correction industry in all its forms. The reports of bribery and kickbacks are not exactly going to be helpful to the public image of the company. More incidents of this nature could even lead to the Keefe Group losing contracts, which according to Corrections.com would be a devastating blow to the company’s bottom line.
A lot of discord could emerge no matter how the legal matters related to the accusations play out. Once the public gains a distrust or distaste for a business, such feelings may roll into perceptions about the entire industry. To say this would be unfortunate is an understatement.
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