Our flagship product, SCRAM Continuous Alcohol Monitoring® (SCRAM CAM®), was created to provide community corrections agencies with a more effective tool to supervise alcohol-involved offenders. Launched to market in 2003, SCRAM CAM has become the most widely used and trusted transdermal alcohol monitoring device in the world. SCRAM CAM has monitored more than 600,000 individuals in the United States, Canada, the United Kingdom, Australia, New Zealand, and the Netherlands.
The Scram Cam is used for continuous alcohol monitoring. It is a scram device that helps you stay in compliance and take control of your life again. It provides accountability for home curfew monitoring at the flip of a switch. The scram monitor changes lives, it knows when you drink and can be easily viewed online by officials.
Scram Remote Breath is a scram alcohol monitor and the world’s first handheld, wireless and portable breath alcohol device and with facial recognition and GPS. This scram systems device can broadcast text reminders and notifications. Scram Remote Breadth has many solutions to support evidence-based programs and is the only technology company that helps reduce risks in your community.
Scram House Arrest is part of scram systems suite of electronic monitoring technologies. House arrest can be managed over broadband in a few ways; Wi Fi, digital phone lines, DSL, Vonage, or Cell Phones. Part of Scram Net offers flexible options that allows any one to easily install and administer the Scram Devices. Alerts are in real time instantaneously with ongoing report summaries.
Scram GPS is designed to help officers easily track the movements of their clients with real time accuracy. Google street view helps to put these movements in context. Analytics are one of the most important features of Scram GPS helping make sense of offender movements and trends. Clients average 1,500 GPS locations daily.
SCRAM stands for Secure Continuous Remote Alcohol Monitor. There are a few proper scram device procedures to pay attention to. It is crucial to follow all device procedures to ensure that you do not cause any false alarms.
Locate a service provider that can monitor your device and make an appointment to meet. Gather all documents and have your device explained thoroughly and installed. Make sure that you tend to the details as the device will register even the smallest amount of alcohol, even if only used as an ingredient. Cleaning and hygiene products sometimes contain alcohol. Take care not to submerge the scram device when bathing.
At the appropriate time file a motion with your lawyer to have the device removed.
Based on this success and in response to requests from our customers and the marketplace, in 2013 we launched of our full suite of monitoring hardware and subsequently rebranded as SCRAM Systems®. Today, our commitment to innovation is second to none as demonstrated by our constant investment in research and design. We now offer the most comprehensive, integrated suite of electronic monitoring hardware and software in the industry and continue to introduce market-responsive solutions.