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Hamilton County (TN) Reduces DUIs, Domestic Assaults With Multi-Technology Alcohol Program

Remote breath testing, continuous transdermal monitoring, and transdermal monitoring with house arrest are assigned by the Hamilton County courts as a condition of bond or probation. 

Pennsylvania’s Target 25 Program Reducing Repeat DUIs by 90%

In the Target 25 program, SCRAM CAM is being used on second and higher DUI offenses to help deter repeat offenses, as well as serving as an assessment tool to get these hardcore drunk drivers the treatment they need to effect ...

Burleigh County Sheriff Uses Continuous Alcohol Monitoring for an Effective 24/7 Sobriety Program

To address alcohol-related crime, North Dakota expanded its statewide 24/7 Sobriety Program in summer 2013 to include both pretrial and post-conviction offenders. The program requires individuals charged with or convicted of a second or higher drunk driving or alcohol-related offense to participate ...

San Diego County DA: Strongly Defined SCRAM Program Yields High Compliance for Drunk Drivers

The use of SCRAM CAM, in San Diego County, with clearly defined and consistently applied usage criteria has resulted in extremely high compliance for both first-time and hardcore DUI offenders, a reduction in jail overcrowding, significant taxpayer savings and support ...

Travis County Veterans Treatment Court Uses Drug Court Model to Get Combat Veterans Back on Track

Travis County works with Dallas-based Recovery Healthcare to manage the SCRAM CAM Program. Recovery works closely with courts throughout Texas and Oklahoma to integrate CAM 24/7 monitoring into treatment-based programs for offenders.

Missoula Municipal Court Take a Hard Stance on Alcohol-Related Crime

The Missoula Municipal Court features a minimum monitoring duration requirement that is routinely reduced in response to highly compliant behavior and an offender-funded program model that motivates participants to accept accountability, get treatment, and expediently complete the program.