- Secure Continuous Remote Alcohol Monitoring

SCRAM combines continuous alcohol monitoring (CAM) with house arrest technology in one device – giving you the most powerful alcohol offender management solution on the market today.

With SCRAM , you can monitor offenders 24/7 for drinking and also for mandated home confinement. Depending on the offense or situation, you can use CAM by itself or combined with house arrest for flexible, enforceable supervision.

SCRAM is the next generation of SCRAM® (Secure Continuous Remote Alcohol Monitor), which created the continuous transdermal testing category in 2003 and is now considered the CAM industry standard.


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  • Tests for alcohol every 30 minutes around the clock
  • Conclusively distinguishes between ingested and environmental alcohol

Greater accountability

  • Holds offenders continuously accountable for their actions
  • Detects attempts to obstruct, tamper with, or remove the SCRAMx bracelet using multiple anti-tamper sensors
  • Has a higher potential for effecting long-term behavioral change


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  • Provides single source admissibility – no additional tests required
  • Is fully backed by AMS, which stands behind SCRAMx results in court with a proven track record in:
  • Approximately 80 evidentiary hearings
  • 30+ hearings resulting in Daubert/Frye rulings
  • 2 Appellate Court rulings
  • Is viewed by judges as accurate, reliable, and generally accepted


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  • Provides reporting with full data analysis and professional confirmation
  • Lets you manage data in the way that best suits your needs
  • Flags and graphically depicts:
    1. Drinking events
    2. Tamper/removal attempts
    3. Equipment/communication issues

Jail overcrowding solution

  • Offers a more cost-effective alternative to incarceration
  • Remotely monitors those who are not a community threat when sober and can be released under electronic supervision
  • Allows some offenders to earn credit for time served

Public protection

  • Provides additional supervision for higher-risk or re-entry offenders
  • Helps reduce recidivism when combined with treatment