We continue to respond to the changing connectivity needs of EM programs with the development of our new SCRAM Wireless Base Station for SCRAM Continuous Alcohol Monitoring® (SCRAM CAM®) and SCRAM House Arrest®. The most modern option in base station technology incorporates Wi-Fi and cellular communications into a single device.
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In an attempt to curb repeat DUI offenses, help high-risk alcohol abusers with sobriety, and protect community safety, officials in Jefferson County, Kentucky are welcoming the implementation of the Continuous Alcohol Monitoring Program or CAMP initiative.
Better matters when you’re supervising high-risk clients. That’s why SCRAM Systems focuses on developing better monitoring solutions, providing better customer support, and offering better training. SCRAM GPS continues this focus on excellence with features like on-demand Pursuit Mode, guess-free tamper technology, and the industry’s best battery life.
The Burleigh County Sheriff’s Department, located in North Dakota, incorporated SCRAM Continuous Alcohol Monitoring (SCRAM CAM) into its 24/7 Sobriety Program several years ago. Individuals charged with, or convicted of, a second or higher drunk driving or alcohol-related offense must undergo alcohol monitoring.
The Hamilton County Corrections Department in Tennessee added SCRAM Continuous Alcohol Monitoring (SCRAM CAM) to their pretrial and probation program to counter alcohol-related crimes like drunk driving and domestic assault. The goal of the program is to deter re-offense while clients are being supervised.
SCRAM Systems recently unveiled the next generation of our GPS location monitoring system. With an industry-leading strap design, the industry’s best battery life, and user-friendly software, SCRAM GPS provides the tools programs need to better manage their caseloads.
In September over 60 of the country’s largest Community Corrections Service Providers gathered in Phoenix, Arizona, for two days of continuing education on emerging drunk driving initiatives, innovative community corrections programs, and the latest developments in alcohol and location monitoring technologies.