With support from the Bureau of Justice Assistance (BJA), the Tribal Law and Policy Institute (TLPI) has developed the following additional Tribal Healing to Wellness Court–specific resource publications to assist tribal governments and tribal justice systems in developing, enhancing, and sustaining… Continue Reading Tribal Healing to Wellness Courts: The Judicial Bench Book
17th Judicial District Union/Snyder County Drug Treatment Court Final Three Year Process and Outcome Evaluation
History of the 17th. District DTC. Eligibility. Referral and Screening Process. Program Structure. Sanctions and Rewards. Part II: Methodology. Evaluation Goals. Data Collection. Treatment Staff Focus Group. Data Analysis. Qualitative. Quantitative. Program Performance Evaluation: Conceptual Framewo… Continue Reading 17th Judicial District Union/Snyder County Drug Treatment Court Final Three Year Process and Outcome Evaluation
This serves as the handbook for entering participants of the Kansas City Drug Court program.
This document contains a list of questions used by drug court practitioners as they begin requesting for a proposal within their Drug Court program.
This is the manual for Alabama’s 22nd Judicial Circuit Drug Court program.
Topics: Drug Court, Drug Testing, Eligibility, Eligibility Criteria, Entry, Fees, Goals and Objectives, Graduation, Guidelines, Mission, Mission Statements, Participants, Phase, Policies and Procedures, Program Descriptions, Program Procedures, Requirements, Rights, Sanctions and Incentives, Service, Team, Team Roles and Responsibilities, Termination
This is the participant handbook given out by the 58th District Court Sobriety Court.
This manual contains the policies, procedures, and standards for the Jackson County Adult Drug Court program.
Topics: Adult, Case Management, Committee, Community, Eligibility, Eligibility Criteria, Evaluation, Funding, Goals, Guidelines, Incentives, Judicial, Mission, Mission Statements, Offenses, Participants, Policy, Procedures, Process, Program, Program Descriptions, Program Procedures, Resources, Rules, Sanction, Standards, Supervision, Treatment