01 Accountability and compliance with SCRAM CAM®

SCRAM Continuous Alcohol Monitoring is a bracelet that combines 24/7 transdermal alcohol testing with optional house arrest monitoring in one device. Designed for high-risk, repeat DUI, drunk driving, and other alcohol offenders, the SCRAM system and program is the world’s most widely used and trusted 24/7 transdermal alcohol testing system on the market today.

  • Standalone alcohol monitoring or CAM with home curfew monitoring at the flip of a switch
  • Eliminates testing gaps—no ability to miss a test or drink around testing schedules
  • Goes where the client goes—no transportation to a testing center
  • Studies show CAM is most effective for offenders assessed with alcohol dependence or addiction
  • Works well in conjunction with treatment to enforce compliance and better identify when intervention may be needed
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02 See SCRAM CAM in action

“Wearing the SCRAM helped me think more about the mistakes I have made. It served as a constant reminder that I need to make better choices moving forward.”
— SCRAM CAM participant

03 SCRAM CAM in DUI programs

Despite significant progress over the past few decades, drunk driving continues to wreak havoc in the lives of victims and to pose serious public safety issues for communities. But initiatives like 24/7 Sobriety Programs, Target 25, and DUI Courts are taking the lead to turn the tide on alcohol-impaired driving. SCRAM CAM is a key part of helping DUI programs assess offenders, enforce accountability and compliance, and address the root cause of drunk driving: alcohol misuse, abuse, and addiction.


Transdermal technology

If you’ve ever noticed the aroma coming from someone who drank alcohol the night before, then you’ve experienced the very event that spawned the interest of our founders in the science of transdermal alcohol monitoring.

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CAM research

SCRAM Continuous Alcohol Monitoring and transdermal technology have been peer-reviewed and part of numerous research studies. Check out this collection of essential research papers and reports.

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SCRAM CAM = Sober Days

A Sober Day can be defined as a 24-hour period in which a monitored individual has no confirmed consumption of alcohol and no confirmed attempt to tamper or circumvent testing in order to mask the consumption of alcohol.

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