Beyond Crime: Tackling Alcohol Misuse

SCRAM Continuous Alcohol Monitoring in New Zealand

SCRAM Continuous Alcohol Monitoring, worn 24/7, automatically samples perspiration every 30 minutes to measure for alcohol consumption. No missed tests. No circumventing testing schedules.

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SCRAM Systems in New Zealand

While the World Health Organization reports that alcohol consumption is higher in European countries, officials in New Zealand are also taking a close look at U.S. tactics for managing the country’s epidemic rates of alcohol-related crimes.

  • Approximately 1/3 of all police apprehensions involve alcohol
  • Half of serious violent crimes are related to alcohol
  • Over 300 alcohol-related offences are committed every day

SCRAM Systems is working closely with local organizations to identify program creation opportunities throughout the region.

SCRAM Continuous Alcohol Monitoring

Our flagship alcohol monitoring product, with optional house arrest monitoring. SCRAM Continuous Alcohol Monitoring (SCRAM CAM) is the most technologically advanced alcohol monitoring system in the world. Worn 24/7, SCRAM CAM automatically samples a client’s perspiration, every 30 minutes, to measure for alcohol consumption. No missed tests. No circumventing a testing schedule. Since monitoring is continuous, SCRAM CAM is the only alcohol monitoring technology proven to support long-term behavior change in hardcore DUI and alcohol offenders.

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London Compulsory Sobriety Project

In 2014, the Mayor of London launched the U.K.’s first scheme to enforce alcohol abstinence through the compulsory use of SCRAM CAM. This pilot programme is part of the Mayor’s pledge for new sentencing powers to tackle the impact of alcohol-related crime and disorder in London. The pilots are being run with the cooperation of the Ministry of Justice and the Mayor’s Office of Policing and Crime (MOPAC).

In 2015, Prime Minister David Cameron announced plans to expand the use of SCRAM CAM sobriety tags throughout England and Wales.

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University of St Andrews

Peer-Reviewed Study

The School of Medicine, University of St Andrews published a peer-reviewed study that involved the use of SCRAM CAM technology with University students.

“An Experimental Trial Exploring the Impact of Continuous Transdermal Alcohol Monitoring upon Alcohol Consumption in a Cohort of Male Students”

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By Fergus G. Neville, Damien J. Williams, Christine A. Goodall, Jeffrey S. Murer, Peter D. Donnelly

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Contact

Sales and Programme Information

Agencies: To learn more about using SCRAM Systems products in your court or programme or to schedule a demo, contact:​

Dan Altvater
Country Manager, Asia Pacific
+64.21.270.0093​
daltvater@scramsystems.com

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SCRAM CAM Testimonial

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