SCRAM Continuous Alcohol Monitoring®
SCRAM CAM® is a tamper-evident ankle bracelet that tests for alcohol transdermally, (through the skin) showing the frequency and pattern of alcohol consumption. It automatically takes samples and performs analysis without any client participation required. This is on a continuous basis, every 30 minutes, 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. So you know when a client is drinking and when they are compliant.
According to data from the hundreds of thousands of individuals monitored with SCRAM CAM® technology, 99.4% of all clients, every day, are completely sober and compliant. No drinking, no tampering. This is why SCRAM CAM® is the most trusted and widely used 24/7 transdermal alcohol testing system worldwide.
What’s more is the Legal Aid Agency's (LAA) more recent Guidance for the Remuneration of Expert Witnesses includes the provision for SCRAM CAM® testing1.
How it works
- SCRAM CAM® is the most trusted and widely used 24/7 transdermal alcohol testing system worldwide.
- According to data from the hundreds of thousands of individuals monitored with SCRAM CAM® technology, 99.4% of all clients, every day, are completely sober and compliant. No drinking, no tampering.
- Gives courts and agencies the tools to change behaviours in higher-risk alcohol clients and improve community safety.
- Conclusively distinguishes between alcohol consumption and environmental alcohol sources.
- TAC readings correlate to BAC readings with a 0.02 confirmation threshold.
- Automated 24/7 transdermal testing for alcohol consumption. So you know when a client is drinking and when they are compliant.
- SCRAM CAM® eliminates accountability gaps with continuous analysis and no transportation to testing centres.
- Trained SCRAM systems staff provide data management and interpretation.
Safe and Secure
- Industry-leading anti-tamper technology that detects obstructions and removals.
- All data is stored on SCRAMNET™, a central, secure, web-based platform.
What a wonderful outcome!
Daisy's mother had the SCRAM anklet fitted and during the three months she wore it not a single instance of alcohol use was detected. The local authority duly filed a rehabilitation plan supported by the guardian. Daisy finally went home to her mother when she was 18 months old. She remains there now, a year later, and is thriving. What a wonderful outcome!
*names have been changed for the purpose of this case study
Julie Stather, Barrister