Securus Technologies Making Life in Prison More Tolerable

Each year our state prison gets more crowded, yet our staff remains the same. This means that each year my team of corrections officers are outnumbered by a bigger margin, and that can put a tremendous amount of pressure on us to maintain order. In all of Florida, our state prison has the highest concentration of violent gang members, which just adds more fuel to an already burning fire.

 

There are a few ways that we try to keep incidents from getting out of control. Despite the inmates having free reign in the yard, if we can eliminate drugs and weapons from the mix, we have a better chance of everyone staying safer. To try and make this facility as safe as possible, each morning we will perform a number of cell inspections. During these raids, we can use drug dogs to locate anything the inmates could be hiding.

 

When the inmates have guests come to the jail, the visitor center is where most of the contraband changes hands. To limit these incidents, we scan guests first, then inmates before they go to their cell block. Even if we get a small amount of contraband, it helps to keep violent outbreaks to a minimum.

 

When Securus Technologies came to our facility and installed a call monitoring system, it was the beginning of a new day for officers. These inmate call monitoring systems designed by this company are in well over two thousand jails, and helping to keep the peace. The system scans all calls and can quickly pick up chatter that is pertaining to a number of illegal activities.

 

If the LBS software is able to detect any chatter on a fight, drugs, contraband, weapons, or gang related issues, we can quickly take care of the issue and avoid it become a dangerous one.

 

Dr. David Samadi to Host an Informative Show Beginning this Month

     With an upsurge in diseases such as diabetes—thanks to our sedentary lifestyles and poor eating habits—afflicting Americans, what a better way to sensitize the public on health issues than a live broadcast? Beginning this month, Dr. David Samadi, Chairman of Urology and Chief of Robotic Surgery at Lenox Hill Hospital in New York City, will host “Sunday Housecall with Dr. David Samadi.” As the name suggests, the live broadcast will air every Sunday commencing at 12:30 pm ET. The program will be available to viewers via social media channels such as Facebook, Twitter and streaming sites such as YouTube and Dr. SamadiTv.com.

Dr. David Samadi will host various specialists on his show. Some of the guests will include medical practitioners, physicians, and health & wellness experts, among other guests. The guests will engage in an array of topics including recent developments in the medical field, health issues, and treatment tips. Viewers of the broadcast will benefit from the resourcefulness of the panelists by calling or emailing questions on health topics such as prostate health, sexual health, and food & diet, among other pertinent topics. Dr. David Samadi affirms that knowledgeable specialists will answer viewers’ questions either during or after the show. Presently, Dr. David Samadi is on the lookout for medical or health practitioners to become part of his show. He is targeting professionals who have authored book(s) touching on health or whose products have been peer reviewed. Interested professionals can reach Dr. David Samadi’s office through 212-365-5000.

Dr. David Samadi is probably one of the best medical professionals to host a medical show owing to his experience in the field. The board-certified Urologist is respected for his expansive knowledge in the diagnosis and treatment urologic diseases and various types of cancers. Over the years, he has specialized in laparoscopic radical prostatectomy and laparoscopic robotic radical prostatectomy which are essential in the minimally invasive control of prostate cancer. Dr. Samadi’s life is dedicated to early detection, diagnosis, and treatment of prostate cancer. He hopes to enlighten the world about prostate cancer which has taken the lives of many men; the disease is considered number two killer of men.

Dr. Samadi is an American of Iranian descent. When he left Iran in 1979 following the Iranian revolution, he remained passionate about education. He attended schools in London and Belgium before leaving for the U.S. It is in the U.S that Dr. Samadi graduated from high school and attended university.