Resource Type: Report
Demographic and Criminal Justice History-Related Variables That Predict Recidivism at 24 Months. Participants who were re-arrested were more. likely to:. Significant Predic- tor of Recidivism at. 24 Months?. Gender Be male Trend. Ethnicity No. Mean age at eligible arrest date Be younger at program e…
LIST OF INTERVIEWS. In the preparation of this report, we interviewed the following drug court stakeholders:. New Hampshire Representative Laurie Harding. Strafford County Drug Court Director Alex Casale. Grafton County Commissioner Mike Cryans. Executive Director of Justice Policy Institute Tracy V…
The following data elements are maintained in the drug court’s client database and were used to answer various evaluation questions posed by this study:. General Demographic information. Offense/Classification. Date of Arrest/Date released from jail. Total number of days in jail prior to entry. Date…
This is an outcome and cost evaluation of a court.
The evaluation was designed as a longitudinal study that included tracking and collecting data on DUI court participants for a minimum of one year following either program completion or termination from DUI Court and a comparison group of offenders who were eligible for DUI court in the year prior t…
Recidivism and Other Findings Reported in Selected Evaluation Reports of Tribal Healing to Wellness Court Programs
This is a compilation of recidivism evaluations for Tribal Healing to Wellness Courts conducted from 2000-2009.
This cost-benefit analysis examines the methodology for the study and the findings, as the third phase of a multi-faceted evaluation of San Bernardino County Redlands Drug Court program.
This report summarizes the findings of the analysis of all available data for the Cumberland County Adult Drug and DUI Court programs.
This evaluation was done to determine how the Lewiston Family Drug Court Program (LFDC) operates and to determine their effectiveness in the treatment field in comparison to alternative practices within the criminal justice system.