This analysis provides additional support for the claim that the 24/7 Sobriety Program is effective at deterring drinking among individuals with histories of alcohol-related crime. The data suggests that Montana’s 24/7 program reduced the probability of re-arrest for DUI 45-70%.
By Rand Corporation
The 24/7 Sobriety Program mandates that repeat impaired driving offenders remain sober as a condition of bond or pre-trial release. The goal is to monitor the most dangerous offenders in North Dakota and require that these individuals remain sober in order to keep roadways safe from hazardous drivers. Results show that drivers significantly improve traffic metrics after enrolling in the program.
By Andrew Kubas, Ph.D. Poyraz Kayabas, Ph.D., and Candidate Kimberly Vachal, Ph.D. - Upper Great Plains Transportation Institute North Dakota State University, Fargo
This compendium provides a brief description of 25 promising programs from 21 states and one Federal Agency. SCRAM CAM is a technology used in two of the programs featured.
By Foundation for Advancing Alcohol Responsibility (FOAAR)
If ever there was a solid proof statement about this stellar program, this is it! This document provides an updated synopsis of the 24/7 Sobriety Project, the role of SCRAM CAM, results to date, and how it is reducing recidivism, lowering jail populations, and saving South Dakota citizens millions of dollars.
By Attorney General Larry Long - Attorney General of South Dakota, Stephen K. Talpins - Former Chief Executive Officer, National Partnership on Alcohol Misuse and Crime, and Robert L. DuPont, M.D. - President, Institute for Behavior and Health, Inc.
This article reports the results of a preliminary study of how a transdermal alcohol-detection bracelet device, the Secure Continuous Remote Alcohol Monitor (SCRAM) affects recidivism.
By Victor E. Flango, Ph.D., & Fred L. Cheesman, Ph.D.
This document is a four-page summary of the highlights presented in the full agency administrator's guide.
By Traffic Injury Research Foundation