Location Monitoring

SCRAM House Arrest®

House Arrest, built for today’s homes.

Our standalone home curfew system that fully integrates in a single software application with our SCRAM Systems suite of electronic monitoring technologies. 

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  • SCRAM House Arrest Bracelet
  • SCRAM House Arrest Bracelet
  • SCRAM House Arrest Bracelet and Base Station

Home Products Location Monitoring SCRAM House Arrest®

Technology built for today’s homes.

Standalone House Arrest System

While less than half of U.S. households have a landline telephone, over 75% have Internet service. That’s why SCRAM’s House Arrest technology, available since 2010 in our SCRAM CAM device and now available as a standalone system, is optimized to work with multiple options:

  • Home Internet service through Ethernet or Wi-Fi
  • Standard or digital phone lines
  • DSL
  • Vonage®
  • Cellular

The Most Flexible House Arrest System on the Market

  • Flexible options ensure anyone can use the SCRAM House Arrest system without the need to install new home communications systems
  • Quick, 30-second installation
  • The SCRAM Base Station works in any home, office, or location with electricity
  • Reliable tamper technology substantially reduces false alerts
  • Variable range and leave window settings, set by agents, to accommodate varying proximity distances and schedules

SCRAM House Arrest Features

  • Instantaneous alerts and summary reports of movement while the offender is in residence
  • Both scheduled and random verification
  • Multiple anti-tamper systems, cut-strap detection, and waterproof design
  • Base station has digital LCD display for easy install and offender communication
  • One-year field replaceable battery
  • Fully integrates with all SCRAM Systems technologies on the SCRAMnet software platform
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In Best Known “Pot” State, Most Impaired Driving Still Linked to Alcohol

When Colorado became the first U.S. state to permit the sale of recreational marijuana in 2014, some expressed concerns that the state would see a huge spike in drug-impaired driving. Four years later, the Colorado Division of Criminal Justice reports that cannabis alone accounts for about 6% of DUIs, while more than 90% of impaired drivers are under the influence alcohol or a combination of drugs and alcohol.

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Alcohol-sensing ankle monitors the latest tool against repeat DUI incidents in Lake County

With nearly 1,800 DUI arrests in 2016, Lake County has the one of the highest rates of drunk driving in Illinois. A new alcohol monitoring program is designed to keep repeat offenders sober, 24-hours a day.

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From daily client management to program design and set up, Authorized SCRAM Service Partners offer a full range of services to make your electronic monitoring program efficient and successful.