The MOST Program Monitoring Tools
There are three drug and alcohol abuse monitoring tools that are used in the MOST Program: the Drug Patch and SCRAM.
All clients will wear the Drug Patch and use a SCRAM device while enrolled in the program.
The Drug Patch uses sweat to determine if there are drugs in a person’s system. The patch is able to detect the “parent” drug, such as marijuana, cocaine, opiates, and amphetamines/methamphetamine & PCP, as well as the drug metabolite which makes it much easier to determine which drug was used. MOST Program clients get their drug patch checked every several times each month.
The SCRAM (Secure Continuous Remote Alcohol Monitoring) ankle bracelet detects alcohol through transdermal testing on a 24 hour basis. Clients upload bracelet information to the MOST server weekly.
Remote Breath Alcohol Monitoring
SCRAM Remote Breath™ is the world’s first handheld, wireless, portable breath alcohol device with automated facial recognition and GPS with every single test. It’s a sophisticated breathalyzer for lower-risk offenders or those who have earned less intensive monitoring and is the most flexible option in breath alcohol testing on the market today.
- Flexible testing schedules— multiple options for both agencies and offenders
- Immediate notification of both BrAC and positive Client ID
- One integrated system for every client
- Portable, easy to carry, easy to use
- Product Training & 24/7 Customer Support
- SCRAM Court Support Program
- Automated Facial Intelligence
- One-piece, handheld, cellular
- DOT-approved Dräger® fuel cell
- GPS location with every test
- Client text message reminders and notifications
- Rugged, built for corrections
- Random, scheduled, and on-demand testin