Electronic Alcohol Monitoring Bracelet
Alcohol offense solution
In Kansas and Missouri Court Alcohol-related offenses have created backlogs in courts and have been a major contributor to jail and prison crowding. TAD offers judges and corrections agencies a sophisticated tool for releasing DUI and DWI offenders to the community with sobriety conditions. It is the New alternative to SCRAM, this bracelet is more durable and waterproof. Judges accepted TAD, and SCRAM to monitor cliets that have been charged with alcohol related offenses. Southern Missouri Judicial Services has a program to work with courts, Jails, and Sheriff's Offices to help with the growing problem that effects their budget.
Monitoring offender alcohol use
BI TAD is an ankle-worn device that measures ingested alcohol through a sensor that rests firmly on the client's skin. This continuous alcohol monitoring device measures offender alcohol use via vaporous or insensible perspiration passed through the skin.
Powerful community supervision tool for courts and agencies
For years, it has been hard to enforce offender sobriety. TAD is a reliable tool that can help judges and officers stop offenders from drinking who have been released to community supervision. If an offender does consume alcohol, TAD’s continuous alcohol monitoring technology will detect the incident and send an alert to the supervising officer. These alerts can help officers hold offenders accountable if they are not meeting their sobriety conditions, making TAD a powerful community supervision tool.
Court validated, single-source admissibility
Results generated by TAD stand on their own – no secondary or backup testing is needed. TAD has single source admissibility for court and revocation hearings and has met the Daubert standard of scientific evidence admissibility.
Radio-frequency monitoring too
TAD also acts as a home electronic monitoring system to detect the absence or presence of a person at home at pre-determined times. This dual functionality - alcohol monitoring and home detention - saves officers time and reduces equipment inventory.
Easy to use
TAD is durable and easy to install on a client's ankle. In fact there is no client training required and officers can enroll offenders in the software in just a few minutes. This alcohol monitoring and home detention system has multiple tamper-resistant features to ensure reliability and accuracy. Officers can also be alerted to violations in multiple ways including fax, e-mail or PDA.