How It Works
With a testing protocol of every 30 minutes, 24 hours a day, SCRAM CAM is a primary monitoring method in 24/7 Sobriety Programs.
Resources for Lawmakers
Information for officials and states considering a 24/7 Sobriety Program to address repeat drunk driving and alcohol-related crime.
The 24/7 Sobriety Concept
Researchers around the country are examining the outcomes of frequent alcohol monitoring with swift and certain sanctions for violations.
NHTSA: North Dakota Attorney General 24/7 Sobriety Program
From Transdermal Alcohol Monitoring: Case Studies, National Highway Traffic Safety Administration
Created by the National 24/7 Sobriety Advisory Council—a group of experts and representatives from leading 24/7 programs—this document outlines the essential elements, best practices, and components of the 24/7 Sobriety concept.
Built specifically to manage 24/7 Sobriety Program caseloads and workflows, SCRAM 24/7™ brings together all of your program’s clients and testing methods into a single platform.
Our software makes it easy for case managers and officers to record and track test results, assign and document sanctions, and securely log payment information through a unified database accessible by all program sites and agencies. SCRAM 24/7 also provides dynamic analytics and reporting tools so you can assess your program and client progress.
Can a criminal justice alcohol abstention programme with swift, certain, and modest sanctions (24/7 Sobriety) reduce population mortality?
The Lancet Psychiatry | March 2016
Assessment of the 24/7 Sobriety Program in North Dakota: Participant Behavior During Enrollment
Upper Great Plains Transportation Institute, North Dakota State University | March 2015
Theory and Evidence on the Swift-Certain-Fair Approach to Enforcing Conditions of Community Supervision
RAND Corporation | September 2014
Efficacy of Frequent Monitoring With Swift, Certain, and Modest Sanctions for Violations: Insights From South Dakota’s 24/7 Sobriety Project
American Journal of Public Health | January 2013
An Evaluation of Intensive Supervision Programs for Serious DWI Offenders
National Highway Traffic Safety Administration | March 2011
24/7 Sobriety Program Overview
Program Profile: South Dakota’s 24/7 Sobriety Project
National Institute of Justice, Office of Justice Programs
South Dakota 24/7 Sobriety Program Statistics
South Dakota Office of the Attorney General
The South Dakota 24/7 Sobriety Project: A Summary Report
South Dakota Attorney General’s Office, National Partnership on Alcohol Misuse and Crime, Institute for Behavior and Health
24/7 Sobriety Program Summary
Illinois Criminal Justice Information Authority
Offenders might get to use breath devices
Capital Journal | Pierre, SD | March 1, 2017
State to roll out 24/7 Sobriety Pilot Program
Wisconsin Public Radio | July 8, 2016
Should some Californians lose ‘license to drink’?
The San Diego Union-Tribune | San Diego, CA | July 6, 2016
Petersen: Senate supports 24/7 Sobriety program
The Des Moines Register | Des Moines, Iowa | April 8, 2016
How ‘mandatory abstinence’ can cut crime and save lives
The Washington Post | February 9, 2016
Could you lose your license to drink?
CNN | June 23, 2015
Changes come to 24/7 Sobriety Program
The Bismarck Tribune | Bismark, North Dakota | July 30, 2013
Officials, participants tout early success of 24/7 Sobriety Program
KPAX CBS Morning News | Missoula, Montana | May 13, 2013
National Sheriffs’ Association Endorses the South Dakota 24/7 Sobriety Program
Sheriff Magazine | July/August 2011
South Dakota 24/7 Sobriety Program better than interlocks
KELOLAND News at 6 | Sioux Falls, South Dakota | August 3, 2009