Results of NHTSA’s SCRAM CAM Recidivism Study

In 2010, the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) started working on a recidivism study on the use, recidivism rates, and characteristics of SCRAM CAM. The study took place between 2007–09 and it gives an in-depth look at participants’ recidivism potential while wearing SCRAM CAM.

We are proud that the results of the study are very positive and show:

  • CAM delays the onset of recidivism
  • While wearing CAM, recidivism rates are extremely low
  • Wearing CAM for a minimum of 90 days substantially decreases recidivism

You can download the 2 page brief here /wp-content/uploads/2015/05/brief-comparative-study-evaluation-scram-uses-recidivism-rates-characteristics.pdf