Officers and Service Providers have an important job managing their GPS caseloads along with the added responsibility of keeping their victims informed. The SCRAM Ally mobile app provides more immediate notification when a SCRAM GPS client has entered the victim’s moving exclusion zone.
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New SCRAM TouchPoint client engagement app features—like resource sharing and preferred language selection—help improve client accessibility and promote accountability so clients can meet the requirements of their supervision orders. TouchPoint also helps increase efficiency for supervising officers.
For victims of domestic violence, sexual assault, or other violent crimes, knowing their abuser is being tracked with GPS is often not enough. Learn directly from a victim advocate and a prosecutor about how the SCRAM Ally® Victim Notification mobile app can help provide peace of mind to victims across the country.
Configuring the proper exclusion zones is integral to monitoring GPS clients, as it determines where these clients are not allowed to enter. This could be due to the type of offense, a restraining order, or other constraints set forth by law enforcement. With the new “Schedules” feature for SCRAM GPS®, officers have more flexibility when setting up client exclusion zones.
SCRAM Systems is proud to offer the PAS Systems International suite of products. With a range of alcohol testing, passive alcohol sensors, drug screening, and more, PAS offers a wide range of testing options. PAS focuses on innovative technology that makes drug and alcohol screening easy and affordable for law enforcement, workplace testing, schools, and community corrections.
After several years of research, prototypes, and beta testing, in 2003, the first SCRAM CAM unit was launched to the criminal justice market. Now 2023, SCRAM Systems is celebrating 20 years of SCRAM CAM. With the help of almost 200 Service Providers in all 50 states, we are helping clients abide by court orders for alcohol abstinence and supporting their journey to long-term sobriety.
For victims, simply knowing their abuser is being tracked with a GPS bracelet may not be enough. With the new Pursuit Mode, notifications are sent when a client’s GPS bracelet enters the “victim moving zone”. Now, victims may gain more peace of mind and supervising authorities can have more insight into the movement of their GPS clients.
The road to recovery is often long and filled with detours, and for Danny, it took treatment and a few key people that believed in him to reach a sober life: SCRAM CAM®, a judge, and his SCRAM Systems Service Provider. All of these combined elements gave Danny the tools and encouragement he needed to make his way, one minute, hour, and day at a time without alcohol.
With an extended set of features, SCRAM Nexus® has moved beyond the traditional case management system. Now SCRAM Nexus® Case, the software focuses on the outcomes of the client while ensuring supervision and compliance. Built on evidence-based practices (EBP) and existing departmental policies, Nexus Case is an interactive case management system for treatment courts, community corrections, and probation and pretrial agencies.
Many courts and community corrections agencies consistently feel the pressure of casework overload. Efficient alcohol testing and monitoring is a crucial factor in reducing case backlogs and can provide more time for quality client interaction. Accurate and reliable alcohol testing technology is the key to saving time and resources, and portable alcohol monitoring is at the top of the list.