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The Ins and Outs of Alcohol in the Body

Alcohol use has been prevalent throughout history and that continues to be true today. Unfortunately, the adverse effects of alcohol use and abuse are well-known. The need for accurate and reliable methods to identify traces of alcohol in the body has led to the development of many technologies—each with its own features, benefits, and limitations.

SCRAM CAM Probation Officer

Integrating Alcohol Monitoring Technology into Probation Programs

Alcohol misuse, abuse, and addiction are common among probation populations—46% of probationers reported being under the influence of alcohol or drugs at the time of their offense and 14% are under supervision for a DUI. But probation departments across the country are emphasizing results-oriented supervision by leveraging technology to address alcohol-involved crimes.

SCRAM CAM Hardcore Drunk Driver Technology

Tackling Repeat Alcohol Offenses with Technology-Driven Programs

Repeat and hardcore drunk drivers account for the most serious alcohol-related crimes and pose a significant threat to their communities. But innovative, criteria-based programs utilizing alcohol monitoring technology can help reduce the danger caused by these types of alcohol clients and put them on the path to sobriety.

From Pretrial through Probation, Ravalli County Jail Diversion Program is Reducing Recidivism and Creating Community

With a 93% compliance rate for those monitored with SCRAM Remote Breath®, and 63 SCRAM Continuous Alcohol Monitoring® (SCRAM CAM®) bracelets assigned in 2018, the Ravalli County, Montana, Jail Diversion program is helping clients successfully complete their sentences within a model alcohol and electronic monitoring program.