Automated inmate Forms and Grievance Application; the Future for Correctional Facilities is Here

The leading provider of civil and criminal justice technology, Securus Technologies has announced its plans to save customers a lot of time and money. The solutions provider pledges to implement its Inmate Forms and Grievance application on the ConnectUs platform.
The company focuses on providing solutions for:
• Public safety
• Investigation procedures
• Corrections and monitoring
The vice president of the company, Mr. Russel Roberts read in a statement that Securus Company is devoted to providing new features and technology to their customers continuously. He added that the Innate Forms and Grievance application is an excellent illustration of their will to modernize its clients with the most modern and efficient technologies.
Correctional amenities employ paper forms in numerous inmate requests. These uses may include:
• Grievances
• Handbook acceptance forms
• Sign up forms
Officers deployed at these facilities spend a lot of time while maintaining the paper forms. This application has simplified the procedures required while creating custom forms necessary for any request. In a nutshell, the app transforms manual paper processes to digital automation. This application is saving staff at correctional facilities invaluable time and money which they can use to concentrate on safety and security of the inmates. Moreover, the application allows inmates to view self-service forms and view the status of the requests they have lodged.
Chief Kolitwenzew was particularly full of praises admitting that the application will save the Kankakee County Ill a lot of resources that would otherwise have been used to cover paper costs. He also noted that the application is quite user-friendly during installation.
The ConectUs platform is very robust and rich in features. It enables inmates to access numerous applications as selected by each facility. This will ensure that the correctional amenities have control over what applications the inmates will have access to. Additionally, the user interface is designed to support many different languages.
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The SEC Whistleblower Program And Its Role Of Deterring Securities Violations

Currently, whistleblowers are significantly reporting on securities violations to the SEC. That follows the enactment of the Dodd-Frank Wall Street Reform as well as the Consumer Protection Act in 2010. It is the most considerable overhaul of the financial regulation in the United States since the Great Depression. One of the key reforms is the creation of a new whistleblower program, which offers essential employment protection. It also provides financial incentives to people that report potential contraventions of the federal securities regulations to the SEC.

Labaton Sucharow was the initial law firm to create a practice fully focused on advocating and protecting SEC whistleblowers. The firm did that as a response to the revolutionary legislation. Capitalizing on the firm’s leading securities litigation platform the Whistleblower Representation Practice leverages an in-house team and the experience from state law enforcement. The in-house team is made up of world-class investigators, forensic accountants, and financial analysts. The aim is to offer unmatched representation for the whistleblowers.

Jordan A. Thomas leads the practice. He is a former assistant director as well as the assistant chief litigation counsel in SEC’s division of enforcement. He played an integral role in the formation of the Whistleblower Program during his tenure. His contributions include the drafting of the proposed legislation as well as the final rules for its implementation.

The rules of the program dictate that SEC should pay suitable whistleblowers 10-30%. That is from the monetary sanctions gathered through successful SEC enforcement actions where sanctions amount to over $1 million. Additionally, if that threshold is achieved, whistleblowers can also qualify for extra awards. The additional amount depends on the monetary sanctions collected in actions that are related. These actions must be brought by different regulatory enforcement organizations. The Act also bans retaliation by employers against the whistleblowers that report to SEC in line with the program guidelines. Noteworthy, the whistleblowers can report anonymously if they are represented by an attorney.

For more information about the SEC Whistleblower Program as well as to request a case evaluation, a person can contact the Whistleblower Representation Team. That is by telephone, email, or by making electronic submissions via http://www.secwhistlebloweradvocate.com 

The first case evaluations and consultations are free, confidential, and covered by the attorney-client privilege. People are not required to give the names of the possible securities violators. They are also not allowed to give their personal identification information during the first consultation as much as it is highly encouraged. International whistleblowers can obtain translation services once they make a request.