Once offenders have served time for their alcohol-related crimes, courts need a way to help them safely transition back into society. For many who have been away from their old environments for awhile, they risk returning to familiar people and patterns that likely include alcohol.
To help them cope with old triggers while attempting to make a fresh start, SCRAMx provides that much-needed enforcement of accountability. It also helps protect the public, as parolees re-entering the community will be continuously monitored for alcohol, as well as potentially placed on house arrest until they earn back the trust of the courts.
Key objectives of the SCRAMx Parole/Re-entry Program include:
How is house arrest used in parole and re-entry? Find out »
In re-entry/parole programs, house arrest may be added at the discretion of the supervising authority based on: