Home Monitoring & Probation Technology Review

April 2013
Courts Today;Apr/May2013, Vol. 11 Issue 2, p31
Product Review
The article features several home monitoring systems, including SCRAM Continuous Alcohol Monitoring (CAM), the Probation Kiosk from Phoenix Kiosk, and the DualTrak II transceiver from Sentinel.


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