LITTLETON, Colo. Jan. 20, 2011 Denver Alcohol Monitoring Systems, Inc.,
SCRAMx has monitored 164,000 offenders in 48 states since 2003. Focusing predominantly on Hard Core Drunk Drivers (HCDD) and domestic violence offenders, SCRAMx monitoring has been delivered to courts and agencies almost exclusively through the company’s channel of more than 100 private Service Partners across the country, which provide installation services, monitoring and fee collection at little to no cost to a court or county.
According to Hennessey, a 14-year veteran working with corrections agencies, his division will focus on delivering SCRAMx direct to agency customers and partnering with best-in-class OEMs for services such as GPS tracking solutions, transitioning SCRAMx from a single alcohol monitoring solution to a multi-service solution. "This model is a substantial benefit for many agencies because it allows them to choose a single contract with RF, GPS and 24/7 alcohol monitoring from the companies—and the technologies—they trust the most," says Hennessey. "For AMS, this approach ensures that we can maintain our laser focus on the alcohol offender and continued advancements to our alcohol monitoring technology," he adds.
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