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Reblog The Littleton-based company is proud to be assisting the Ministry of Justice in addressing alcohol-related crimes in England and Wales DENVER , May 19, 2020 /PRNewswire/ — Today the Ministry of Justice in the United Kingdom announced new legislation under which offenders who commit alcohol-related crimes now may be banned from drinking and made to wear ‘sobriety tags’: https://www.gov.uk/government/news/sobriety-tags-come-into-force . More The period of sobriety will be monitored by a SCRAM Continuous Alcohol Monitoring ® (SCRAM CAM ® ) alcohol monitor. […] Mike Iiams , CEO of SCRAM Systems said, “We are thrilled to be a part of this exciting partnership with the Ministry of Justice. Knowing that our technology will now be used to help make a positive difference in England and Wales as well is very rewarding for us as a company.” […] About SCRAM Systems SCRAM Systems ® is a leading provider of electronic monitoring and software solutions for the criminal justice industry. The company’s flagship SCRAM Continuous Alcohol Monitoring ® (SCRAM CAM ® ) technology, launched in 2003 and revolutionized the way courts, agencies and treatment providers monitor and manage alcohol-involved offenders.
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