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For the past six months, the Family Drug and Alcohol Court in London has been running a pilot program using SCRAM continuous alcohol monitoring in child protection cases where parental alcohol addiction was a concern.

BBC News reports on the pilot program and how the bracelets work.

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Shea Tuller

Shea Tuller

Shea Tuller’s background in criminal justice began with his work as an intern, and eventually the Compliance Officer, for the Payne County, Oklahoma, Drug Court Program. With his focus on managing a caseload of drug- and alcohol-dependent offenders, he began working with SCRAM technology in 2006 as a tool to enforce sobriety. In 2008, SCRAM Systems asked Tuller to oversee operations for Continuous Alcohol Monitoring of Oklahoma (CAMO), a field office for SCRAM Systems. He continued his work as part of the SCRAM Systems Field Operations Team through 2013 in a variety of technical and sales roles, including data analyst, corporate instructor, account manager, and chief project officer for the United Kingdom, managing oversight of a number of SCRAM CAM pilot programs in both Scotland and Great Britain. Tuller has since returned to Probation in Oklahoma and works closely with probationers to help them address their complex needs with drugs and alcohol. He graduated Magna Cum Laude from Oklahoma State University with a degree in psychology and criminology.

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