Securus Technologies is a leading provider of technology solutions for the public safety, investigation, corrections and criminal justice fields. They have recently implemented a new program that puts Inmate Forms and Grievance applications online, via ConnectUs. This move is expected to save its users both time and money.
Most correctional facilities still use paper forms to process various inmate requests such as Medical requests, grievances, sign up sheets etc. These requests consume valuable time, as correction officers must distribute, collect, file and store these, as well as handle the other clerical duties associated with them.View the company profile on Linkedin.com.
This application allows custom forms to be easily created and made available to inmates. Changes only take minutes and there is no reprinting involved. All manual paper processes can be converted to digital automation. This system processes an average of 13.8 forms per month per inmate. This frees staff to pursue other duties. Inmates also benefit, they gain the ability to view the status of grievances and forms, and accept or appeal them.
ConnectUs has more features than the other inmate platforms that are on the market, It allows inmates access to an unlimited set of applications.
Based in Dallas, Texas, Securus Technologies serves more than 3,450 law enforcement, corrections, and public safety agencies, as well as 1,200,000 inmates. They provide incident management, emergency response, biometric analysis, investigation, and communication services, in order to make the world a safer place. More information on ConnectUs and their other services can be found at http://securustechnologies.com
NutriMost, a weight loss company, discovered Healthy Living using their promotional video and plans to litigate. According to the Manhattan Federal Court, Healthy Living’s website copied Nutrimost‘s video and just added their own references. The URL for Healthy Living’s website is www.cantlosediet.com.
Weight loss company Nutrimost files lawsuit against rival Healthy Living for allegedly stealing promotional video
The “pirated” video not only stole product claims, but they didn’t even bother to seek unique testimonials. They used the same ones from Nutrimost’s website video. As a result, a lawsuit was filed Thursday by Nutrimost. Both systems claim an individual “could easily lose 20 to 45 pounds or more in just 40 days with absolutely no hunger or exercise required.”
Both systems claim to be safe and recommend doctor supervision. Even after receiving a cease-and-desist letter in September, Healthy Living still continued to run the video. The only difference was the video had been shortened. Since then, the video has been removed from the Healthy Living website.
NutriMost still seeks $300,000 for Healthy Living’s unethical marketing practices. NutriMost also feels their “goodwill and reputation” are at stake.
They’re not into cutting corners to “pacify” their patients. Nutrimost has a team of experts that understand the diverse effects that drugs have on individuals trying to achieve weight loss goals.
As I mentioned earlier, NutriMost’s diet plan is harmless, quick, and very efficient. It also gives individuals a thorough education about their bodies; and weight loss goals. NutriMost’s Technology coupled with NutriMost’s Ultimate Fat Loss scan provides assessments about the vitamins you take, your neurotransmitters, toxins, heavy metals, mycoplasma, biotoxins, hormones, and parasites bacteria.