Skip to Main Content
SCRAM Systems products and solutions provide alcohol monitoring and location monitoring solutions for community corrections and evidence-based practices.


SCRAM Remote Breath

Case Study

Alcohol Monitoring Supports Caddo Parish’s Alternative to Incarceration

Overview In the northwest corner of Louisiana, the Red River crosses south into the Bayou State, splitting the sister cities of Shreveport and Bossier City on opposite banks. It’s along this stretch that the river serves as the eastern border of Caddo Parish. Once known as “The Gateway to the West,” Caddo Parish is home …

Case Study

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

Hamilton County, TN – Named after U.S. founding father Alexander Hamilton, Hamilton County, Tennessee, is located in the southeast corner of the state along the Tennessee/Georgia border. With the revitalization of Chattanooga—the area’s largest city— the county’s population has steadily grown over the past few decades to just over 350,000 residents. The county’s major employers …


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.

Brockton students learn about workings of the court system

SCRAM Systems Article

Probation Department looks at ATI


How Sheriffs are Using Alcohol Monitoring Technology to Supervise Offenders

Jail overcrowding is a serious issue in the U.S., imprisoning more people than any other nation in the world. With 60% of jail inmates awaiting deposition and not actually serving time for a conviction, sheriffs programs that rely on alcohol monitoring technology to oversee clients in lieu of incarceration are becoming more prevalent throughout the states.


Implementing a Repeat Alcohol Offender Program That Works

According to NHTSA, a person with one or more prior DUI/DWI offenses is 4.1x more likely to be involved in a fatal car crash, making repeat alcohol clients dangerous to a community. But, courts and agencies across the country are using alcohol monitoring technologies to create sustainable, outcome-driven programs to support long-term behavior change in repeat alcohol clients.