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Better service. Better analytics. Better outcomes. That’s the foundation of our integrated suite of electronic monitoring technologies and software.

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Sober Days

99.3% of SCRAM CAM Days are Sober Days

A Sober Day can be defined as a 24-hour period in which a SCRAM CAM monitored individual has no confirmed consumption of alcohol and no confirmed attempt to tamper or circumvent testing in order to mask the consumption of alcohol.

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Drunk & Impaired Driving

1 Million DUI Arrests Each Year and Counting

Drunk driving continues to wreak havoc in the lives of victims and to pose serious public safety issues for communities. In 2015, the U.S. saw the largest increase in drunk driving fatalities in a decade. SCRAM Systems technologies provide vital tools to help DUI programs assess offenders, enforce accountability, and address the root cause of drunk driving: alcohol misuse, abuse, and addiction.

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Make a Difference

Supporting individuals and communities

Our focus today, led by the success of our flagship SCRAM CAM product, continues to be delivering technology solutions that are on the leading edge of what courts, agencies, and treatment providers need, and how our technologies can truly Make a Difference in the lives of offenders, their families, and their communities.

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SCRAM OPTIONS in Connectivity

SCRAM Products

Multiple Needs. One Solution. Integrated Monitoring for Your Entire Caseload.

SCRAM Program Management Center

This is where it all comes together. The PMC encompasses all of the value-add services you need to effectively and efficiently run your program.

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SCRAM Demo

Ready to see SCRAM in action?

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Sobering Up Blog

More Drivers Admit To Driving Drunk, Survey Shows

Results from a second annual public opinion survey conducted by the Traffic Injury Research Foundation USA (TIRF USA) show that self-reported drunk driving increased substantially in 2016 compared to the previous year.

SCRAM in the News

Onondaga Co. ramps up use of alcohol-monitoring bracelet for repeat DWI offenders

A small number of Onondaga County probationers caught drinking after being ordered to stop are now being slapped with an alcohol-monitoring bracelet.

Client Voices

SCRAM CAM Testimonial

Hear Dennis talk about his struggles with alcohol and how SCRAM CAM helped him get his life back on track.