As part of our annual Sober Days for the Holidays awareness campaign, SCRAM Systems is drawing attention to the unique dangers of alcohol misuse and abuse on Halloween with a new infographic: The Scary Truth About Halloween and Drinking.
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After successfully completing an independent audit, SCRAM Systems has received continued certification for the ISO 9001 requirements for quality management systems (QMS).
Last year SCRAM Systems unveiled a video that explains how our flagship technology, SCRAM Continuous Alcohol Monitoring, works. But the science and technology behind 24/7 alcohol monitoring is only half of the story.
SCRAM Remote Breath is now available through the NASPO ValuePoint. With the addition of SCRAM Remote Breath, authorized government agencies now have a streamlined way to procure all of SCRAM Systems’ industry-leading alcohol monitoring technologies.
Many tribal communities struggle with high rates of alcohol misuse, alcohol-related deaths, and alcohol-fueled offenses like drunk driving and domestic violence. SCRAM Systems alcohol and location monitoring are proven solutions helping tribal communities around the country combat alcohol abuse, support treatment options, and address related crimes.
SCRAM Remote Breath is the first corrections-grade, wireless, portable breath alcohol device with automated facial verification and a GPS location with each test. Programs around the country are using SCRAM Remote Breath to monitor their lower-risk clients and those who have earned less intensive testing.
While only a little more than half of U.S. households have a landline telephone, over 75% have Internet service. That’s why SCRAM Systems recently added Ethernet capability to the base station used with SCRAM Continuous Alcohol Monitoring and SCRAM House Arrest.
Missing a test—or several—is often the first line of defense for someone who has violated an order not to drink. It seems simple from their perspective because there are so many reasons OTHER than drinking that could cause them to miss a test. Forgot their unit at work. Can’t find it. Didn’t charge it.
Two states are considering bills to address drunk driving and other alcohol-involved offenses by making it easier for courts and law enforcement agencies to require individuals to wear Continuous Alcohol Monitoring bracelets.