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How Sheriffs are Using Alcohol Monitoring Technology to Supervise Offenders

Jail overcrowding is a serious issue in the U.S., imprisoning more people than any other nation in the world. With 60% of jail inmates awaiting deposition and not actually serving time for a conviction, sheriffs programs that rely on alcohol monitoring technology to oversee offenders in lieu of incarceration are becoming more prevalent throughout the states.

Connectivity Made Simple–The Wireless Base Station

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.

SCRAM Systems Technologies Available Through GSA

GSA is the largest cooperative purchasing vehicle in the United States. SCRAM Continuous Alcohol Monitoring, Remote Breath, House Arrest, and GPS are now available through GSA.

EM Conference Covers Emerging Trends in Drunk Driving and Community Corrections

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.

No Landline? No Problem. Introducing Ethernet for SCRAM Systems Base Stations

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.