What is it?
The Alcohol Watch™ monitoring program combines patented sensor technology together with state of the art software to revolutionize court-ordered alcohol compliance applications. The Alcohol Watch™ monitoring program is designed for court-ordered applications where alcohol is involved such as Driving Under the Influence (DUI) charge or a custody case where alcohol is a factor.
Who is it for?
A court case can be a life-changing experience, and it can be challenging to rebuild trust with loved ones and employers in the months that follow. The Alcohol Watch™ monitoring program integrates ION® Wearable, a revolutionary wearable alcohol monitor, to provide a comfortable and stress-free experience to minimize what is already a stressful experience for clients. ION® Wearable is the size of a small wearable fitness tracker, reducing the physical burden as compared to more traditional ankle bracelets. A selfie-style photo verification system ensures security and identity verification. Real-time feedback in the app reduces anxiety about false positives. Clients are provided with the opportunity to take a urine test to clear their name in case of any unexpected signals.
If you have been court-ordered to participate in the ION® Alcohol Watch monitoring program, this is where you can purchase a subscription.
This purchase includes:
- 1 wristband
- 1 charging adapter
- Access to iOS app
- 15 cartridges per month of subscription
- access to GPS feature
- Access to your data through the ION® App and ION® Portal
- Ability to share your data with as many contacts as you would like
- Electronic monitoring services provided by approved partners
The GPS feature is still in early beta testing and may not offer the accuracy, reliability, or functionalities that will be present in the final version. Orders are refundable up until the date of shipment.
We hope you enjoy your ION® Wearable purchase! If you have any questions or comments, please don't hesitate to reach out via the chatbox, or email at firstname.lastname@example.org