8 Westbury Drive, Suite B
St. Charles, MO 63301
Fax: (636) 946-1568
CITY OF ST. LOUIS
3819 South Grand Blvd
St. Louis, MO, 63118
800 N. Providence Road
Columbia, MO 65203
71 Florissant Oaks Shopping Center
Florissant, MO 63031
2420 Hyde Park Road
Jefferson City, MO 65109
404 N. Sturgeon (Room 102 & 108)
Montgomery City, MO 63361
201 O'Fallon Plaza
O'Fallon, MO 63366
9648 Midland Blvd
Overland, MO 63114
415 East Cherry Street
Troy, MO 63379
314 East Locust
Union, MO 63084
104 South Market Street
Warrenton, MO 63383
EMASS is a privately owned company founded in 1991 by Founder and President, Michael L. Smith. We provide a variety of services to the Courts and Criminal Justice System and individuals who are dealing with substance abuse related or other legal problems. Our services include Private Probation Supervision, Pre-sentence Investigations, SATOP service for DWI offenders, Domestic Violence Counseling and Education Seminars, Driver Improvement Programs, Alcohol Drug Education Programs and traditional Electronic (House Arrest) Monitoring.
A couple of years ago, Michael L. Smith, President at EMASS, decided to offer SCRAMx in numerous jurisdictions in Eastern Missouri. "There is a critical need for this type of testing system which is ideal for problematic DWI/DUI offenders and other alcohol related offenses such as: Assault, Domestic Violence, or even Child Custody issues. SCRAM (Secure Continuous Remote Alcohol Monitor) is designed specifically for applications in long term alcohol monitoring programs where abstinence is required, SCRAMx (Secure Continuous Remote Alcohol Monitorx) includes a bracelet-modem combination like a home-arrest system. The staff at EMASS believes very strongly that it is important to provide this type of technology to the Criminal Justice System in that this technology can potentially have a great impact on both the individual and Public Safety. Dealing with alcohol offenders usually includes a comprehensive program of sanctions, education, and treatment. The more information available to assess individuals and detect whether they are in compliance with their Court-Ordered mandates, the better the chance they will successfully complete the supervision and be safely reintegrated into the community." Please view our website to find out more information about our services and the SCRAMx product.
Recent Press Releases
November 9, 2014 - EMASS joins Missouri Coalition Against Domestic and Sexual Violence - EMASS President, Michael L. Smith, noted that EMASS was recently accepted into the Missouri Coalition Against Domestic and Sexual Violence (MCADSV). “We are very honored to be accepted into such a hard working and respected organization. I would encourage everyone to become acquainted with MCADSV and its mission statement.” commented Mr. Smith. To find out more about MCADSV, visit their website at www.mocadsv.org.
October 22, 2014 - EMASS was sponsor at the First Annual Teen Drug Summit - St. Charles County, Missouri - Prosecuting Attorney Tim Lohmar partnered with the St. Charles County Drug Court and the Drug Task Force to host the first annual Teen Drug Summit. Over 300 middle school students from both the private and public schools attended the all-day event.
August 11, 2014 - Our flagship technology, the SCRAM CAM system is the worlds most widely used and trusted 24/7 transdermal alcohol testing system, for use with high-risk, hardcore DUI alcohol offenders. It combines 24/7 alcohol testing with optional house arrest monitoring in a single device.
July 21, 2014 - The Lincoln County Domestic Violence Court Advisory Committee held a Domestic Violence Workshop for EMASS (Eastern Missouri Alternative Sentencing Services), attorneys, law enforcement, probation and patrol, counselors, therapists and victim advocates. (Lincoln County Journal)
March 1, 2014 - It is a great honor to announce that EMASS has extended their Memorandum of Understanding with St. Charles county DWI Court to begin providing SCRAMx and House Arrest Supervision services to their DWI clients to three years.
February 11, 2014 - ST. LOUIS, MO (KTVI) - Technology that sniffs your skin is helping people stay out of jail and sober up. It’s an ankle bracelet called SCRAMx. Watch the video and read the story featured on FOX 2 News KTVI featuring Eastern Missouri Alternative Sentencing Services, Inc. (EMASS) and President Michael L. Smith.
See additional video from Fox 2 News from Chris Hayes on the Veterans Drug Court in St. Charles County and how they assist Veterans.
May 2, 2013 - Michael L. Smith, President and Founder of EMASS, recently noted that EMASS had entered into a Memorandum of Agreement with the St. Louis County Drug Court to provide Continuous Alcohol Monitoring through the use of the SCRAMx system.
January 20, 2013 - It is a great honor to announce that EMASS has entered into a Memorandum of Understanding with St. Charles county DWI Court to begin providing SCRAMx and House Arrest Supervision services to their DWI clients.
April 6, 2012 - New Deferred Prosecution Program Starts for Minors in Possession (Missourian) Franklin County Prosecuting Attorney Bob Parks has launched a new deferred prosecution program aimed at minors who get caught with alcohol at parties or elsewhere.
November 17, 2011 - AMS Honored by St. Louis Veterans Treatment Court (NADCP) “Because of the corporate leadership and vision of AMS and EMASS, the regional SCRAMx provider, the veterans challenged with alcohol dependency are able to remove one financial burden from the load which they carry,” said St. Louis Veterans Treatment Court Commissioner James Sullivan.
September 28, 2011 - President of EMASS, Michael L. Smith was the keynote speaker for Drug Court Programs at their commencement ceremony. He praised the 45th Judicial Circuit for implementing a misdemeanor DWI tract of its Drug Court to assist its participants in becoming clean and dry and thus avoiding future alcohol related traffic offenses.
June 30, 2011 - Office of State Court Administrators Formalizes Use of Alcohol Anklets for MO Treatment Courts (AMS) - SCRAMx is an ankle bracelet, worn 24/7, that actually samples an offender’s perspiration every 30 minutes in order to ensure compliance with court-ordered sobriety. Missouri was one of the first states to adopt the technology back in 2004, and to-date more than 6,000 offenders have been monitored with SCRAMx statewide. There are just under 590 offenders on SCRAMx daily in Missouri. According to Mike Smith, president of Eastern Missouri Alternative Sentencing Services (EMASS) in St. Louis, OSCA’s selection of SCRAMx opens up a fairly substantial market opportunity to increase the use of the monitors throughout the state.
September 17, 2010 - Missouri judges get penalty costs before sentencing (St. Louis Post-Dispatch). It is the first state to provide judges with defendant-specific data on what particular sentences would cost the taxpayers, and on the likelihood that the person in the dock will re-offend.
September 16, 2010 - What helped this county save 2 Million Dollars (Alcohol Monitoring Systems)
For most counties, alcohol offenders can be a drain on financial and administrative resources. But in Hillsborough and Pinellas Counties, FL, courts are using SCRAMx to make impressive strides against DUI and other alcohol-related crimes.
June 1, 2010 - NADCP endorses Continuous Alcohol Monitoring ( CAM ) Technology (National Association of Drug Court Professionals)