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NEW CO SB22-055: Technology Needed to Increase Monitoring for DUI Offenders

Tuesday, December 6, 2022 | 11:00 am MST

What SB22-055 Means for Colorado Courts and Probation

SB22-055 was passed this year and takes effect January 1, 2023, providing increased monitoring and accountability for DUI offenders. This new law requires 90 days of continuous alcohol monitoring for a person sentenced to probation following a felony offense or for a 3rd or subsequent offense for DUI, DUI per se, or DWAI.

SCRAM Continuous Alcohol Monitoring® (SCRAM CAM®) has been widely used across the United States and with Colorado Service Providers since 2008, and meets the state’s requirements for the continuous alcohol monitoring portion of the bill.

During this webinar, we will:

  • Provide an overview of CO SB22-055, including the use of the offender services fund
  • Discuss device functionality that is essential to complying with SB22-055
  • Review the SCRAM CAM technology, how it tests for alcohol, and how it supports long-term sobriety and reduces recidivism
  • Define local resources to support and service your CAM needs

Why is SB22-055 Important?

Over one-third of the one-million drunk driving arrests each year involve repeat offenders. The statistics show that alcohol abuse is not decreasing, and it is more important than ever to stop habitual offenders and support them on the path to sobriety.

Please RSVP to this Virtual Event

Can’t attend at this time? Register anyway and we’ll send a link to watch the on-demand version at your convenience.

Please share this registration link with anyone on your team that supervises clients or should be informed about this new bill.

The SCRAM CAM bracelet uses transdermal testing to detect alcohol through the skin.