SCRAM of California is dedicated to the education of legal professionals in the state of California. That’s why we are approved by the State Bar of California to provide one Minimum Continuing Legal Education (MCLE) credit in the Competency Category for California attorneys. Our course, Managing Alcohol Related Cases, is presented at locations for attorneys across California. Read more about our course below and request training in your area today.
The purpose of this training is to provide information on the science and technology related to the SCRAM (Secure Continuous Remote Alcohol Monitor) system and the application of continuous alcohol monitoring. A history of transdermal science and the way alcohol is processed and eliminated by the body and through the skin will be provided. A discussion of the SCRAM technology related to the use of transdermal sampling and fuel-cell technology for alcohol detection will be presented with an explanation of how data is gathered and interpreted by Alcohol Monitoring Systems, Inc. The tamper detection mechanisms and communication schemes of the SCRAM technology will be reviewed. Sample data exhibiting confirmed alcohol events, tampering events, and obstructions with the SCRAM bracelet will be presented. The use of the SCRAM system by courts and agencies across the country with a discussion of program examples, the services and participant referral process, and a question and answer session will conclude the training presentation.
- An Introduction to Continuous Alcohol Monitoring
- Transdermal Science and Fuel Cell Technology
- Continuous Alcohol Monitoring – The SCRAM System
- SCRAM/Continuous Alcohol Monitoring Data
- Confirmed Alcohol Consumption
- Alcohol Interferants
- Tamper Detections
- Infrared Detection
- Temperature Detection
- SCRAM/Continuous Alcohol Monitoring Programs
- Court us of SCRAM/Continuous Alcohol Monitoring
- Agency use of SCRAM/Continuous Alcohol Monitoring
- SCRAM Services and Participant Referral Process
- Question and Answer
The presentation timeline is approximately 60 minutes; allowing 10 minutes for question and answer. The presentation format is designed to be interactive and the use of case and program examples as well as ongoing class discussion is included.