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Integrated alcohol and location monitoring technologies.

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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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OPTIONS

OPTIONS in Alcohol Monitoring

SCRAM Systems is the only technology company providing OPTIONS in alcohol monitoring to help you manage a wider range of alcohol clients and reduce risks to your community.

SCRAM OPTIONS in Alcohol Monitoring

Manage a Wider Range of Alcohol Clients

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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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Target 25 DUI Reduction Program
SCRAM GPS Location Monitoring

SCRAM Products

Alcohol and Location Monitoring OPTIONS for Higher- and Lower-Risk Clients

SCRAM Program Management Center

The PMC encompasses all of the value-add services you need to efficiently and effectively manage compliance.

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SCRAM in the News

2 billion alcohol tests later, famous alcohol anklet has changed the face of community corrections

SCRAM Continuous Alcohol Monitoring surpassed 2 billion alcohol readings. The milestone highlights how the alcohol monitoring bracelet, once seen as a quirky novelty for drunken celebrities, has become a trusted solution to help communities address drunk driving and alcohol-related crime.

Sobering Up Blog

Mean Drunk? New Research Confirms It’s A Real Thing

You know the types. There’s the silly drunk. There’s the crying drunk. And then there’s the guy everyone tries to avoid: the angry, mean drunk. While people respond to alcohol in different ways, new research published in the peer-reviewed journal Psychopharmacology shows that in heavy drinkers, alcohol can fuel feelings of aggression, making them “mean” drunks.

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.