Ameelio’s first-ever privileged digital communications platform provides confidence to incarcerated individuals and their privileged contacts (attorneys, medical providers, etc.) that communications are confidential and protected. No longer do privileged contacts and their clients have to worry about calls and messages being recorded, monitored, and leaked. With Ameelio, correctional agencies can guarantee the integrity of all privileged calls.
Cost savings / month
Ameelio’s video calling service is the nation’s first free-to-use prison video calling platform for incarcerated individuals. With Ameelio’s video calling service, privileged contacts, such as attorneys and medical providers, can schedule video calls in advance and rest assured in confidential communication.
Ameelio’s voice calls are more secure, reliable, and cheaper to provide than standard collect calls. With Ameelio’s voice calls, attorneys can rest assured in confidential communication. Compatible with digital tablet and kiosk solutions, Ameelio’s internal voice technology prevents third-party dialing, supports approved calling lists, and is built specifically for the correctional environment.
Get in touch instantly with incarcerated clients using Ameelio’s electronic messaging system, which is confidential for privileged communications. Incarcerated individuals can readily access their tablet or kiosk device and send secure messages to authorized contacts. Ameelio incorporates all necessary security components to support electronic messaging and is corrections-trusted.
Ameelio worked with our juvenile detention center to develop a platform for residents to have secure contact with their families, while also complying with PREA’s requirement for a truly anonymous way to report incidents. Ameelio customized the platform to fit our needs and did so expeditiously. Our system is live now, and we are very pleased with the benefits to our residents and their families.
Assistant Superintendent, Kane County JJC
We really wanted to find a platform that would create that extra layer of security. We’ve had video visits from 44 states and 12 different countries. Incarcerated people have something to look forward to with these video visits. I can even see it helping with disciplinary issues internally and potentially shifting our culture. I think it gives people hope.
Dr. Beth Skinner
Director of Iowa DOC
Maintaining family contact is a huge benefit to people behind the walls, it should not be a fanciful goal. I don’t view it as an extra privilege for a few. Of course people want to know what’s happening |behind the walls. I want there to be ease of communication and to make it as cost-efficient as possible.
Executive Director of Colorado DOC
Ameelio's video calling platform is so easy to use — it's going to save us COs an abundance of time, make our work more efficient, and get our prison population reconnected with their families at no cost.
Iowa Correctional Officer