SCRAM CAM Provides Accountability and Encourages Compliance
Standalone alcohol monitoring or CAM with home curfew monitoring at the flip of a switch
Eliminates testing gaps—no ability to miss a test or drink around testing schedules
Goes where the client goes—no transportation to a testing center
Studies show CAM is most effective for offenders assessed with alcohol dependence or addiction
Works well in conjunction with treatment to enforce compliance and better identify when intervention may be needed
SCRAM Remote Breath Alcohol Tester With GPS Location Monitoring
Automated facial intellegence
One-piece, handheld, cellular
Proven fuel cell technology
GPS location with every test
Client text message reminders and notifications
Rugged, built for corrections
Integrates with SCRAMnet
Random, scheduled, and on-demand testing
Introducing the next generation of SCRAM GPS technology. Combining superior location accuracy, an industry-leading strap design, the industry’s best battery life, and user-friendly software tools that help officers quickly identify and address issues in their caseload.
A fully integrated part of the SCRAM Systems suite of alcohol and location monitoring solutions, consolidated on a single platform
Utilizes the 3G cellular network
SCRAM GPS Analytics™ and Google Street View mapping simplify tracking and put your clients’ movements in context
Revolutionary tamper technology substantially reduces false alerts and provides nearly instant notifications
The Most Flexible House Arrest System on the Market
Flexible options ensure anyone can use the SCRAM House Arrest system without the need to install new home communications systems
Quick, 30-second installation
The SCRAM Base Station works in any home, office, or location with electricity
Reliable tamper technology substantially reduces false alerts
Variable range and leave window settings, set by agents, to accommodate varying proximity distances and schedules
DWI/DUI COURT STATISTICS
HOW LARGE OF A PROBLEM IS DWI/DUI?
In 2012 DWI courts surpassed 600 nationally. In the U.S.there are around 1 million arrests for drunk driving each year.
In 2015, 10,265 people died in alcohol-impaired driving crashes, accounting for nearly one-third (29%) of all traffic-related deaths in the United States.
*Statistics information provided by the CDC*
SCRAM CAM PROGRAMS
COMPLIANCE, ACCOUNTABILITY, & ASSESSMENT