Officers and Service Providers have an important job managing their GPS caseloads along with the added responsibility of keeping their victims informed. The SCRAM Ally mobile app provides more immediate notification when a SCRAM GPS client has entered the victim’s moving exclusion zone.
For victims of domestic violence, sexual assault, or other violent crimes, knowing their abuser is being tracked with GPS is often not enough. Learn directly from a victim advocate and a prosecutor about how the SCRAM Ally® Victim Notification mobile app can help provide peace of mind to victims across the country.
For victims, simply knowing their abuser is being tracked with a GPS bracelet may not be enough. With the new Pursuit Mode, notifications are sent when a client’s GPS bracelet enters the “victim moving zone”. Now, victims may gain more peace of mind and supervising authorities can have more insight into the movement of their GPS clients.
Domestic violence is a persistent issue across the country—one that has increased during the COVID-19 pandemic. According to the National Coalition Against Domestic Violence (NCADV), 10 million people per year are physically abused by an intimate partner. Technology can play a critical role in safely monitoring perpetrators of domestic abuse and providing their victims with a sense of control.
For sexual assault or domestic violence victims, knowing their abuser is being tracked with a GPS bracelet may not be enough. Working in conjunction with SCRAM GPS, the new SCRAM Ally Victim Notification app alerts the victim and supervising authorities when a GPS client is in proximity to the victim’s phone, for added peace of mind.