This document measures and evaluates the performance and recidivism rates of participants of the Arkansas Adult Drug Court and the overall program itself to determine what is done effectively and what needs to be changed.
This presentation examines and evaluates the effectiveness of Family Dependency Treatment Courts in 6 major cities across the country.
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 is an evaluation of Jackson County’s Family Dependency Court that offers ways the court has improved participant outcome and ways the court can improve.
This PowerPoint is an evaluation of a study done on two Oregon counties’ family drug court programs.
Cost Benefits/Costs Avoidance Reported by Drug Court Programs and Drug Court Program Evaluation Reports
The following is a summary of major findings relating to cost benefits and/or costs avoided reported for drug court programs which have been compiled by the BJA Drug Court Clearinghouse at American University as of this date, reflecting information reported for over 150 programs.
Cumulative Second Year Cost-Benefit Analysis of Pima County’s Drug Treatment Alternative to Prison Program Report
This document is a cost benefit analysis of Pima County’s DTAP program and also includes information on the program, an in depth look at the costs, and information on current issues in the criminal justice system.