Topic: Planning a Problem Solving Court
This document contains an outline for drug court practitioners that can be used to plan their own Adult Drug Court program.
Topics: Adult, Confidentiality, Defense, Employer, Incarceration, Judge, Law Enforcement, Manager, Operations, Participants, Phases, Planning, Planning a Drug Court, Planning a Problem Solving Court, Prosecutor, Provider, Resolution, Roles and Responsibilities, Sanctions and Incentives, Screening and Assessment, Screening and Eligibility, Staffings and Hearings, Standards, Steering Committee, Supervision, Team, Team Roles and Responsibilities, Testing, Treatment, Treatment Plans, Treatment Services, Trial
This MOU is between the District Court, Circuit Court, Prosecuting. Attorneys, Public Defender, Probation Department, Drug Court Coordinator, Law. Enforcement, Treatment Representative, and the Researcher/Evaluator for the 88th Judicial District Drug Treatment Court.
This detailed guide for starting a juvenile drug court includes information on fundamental topics, selecting participants, structuring the program, determining treatment, services, and resources, and sustaining a program into the future.
This is a Memorandum of Agreement between the Wilmington Veterans Affairs Medical Center and the New Castle County Superior Court of Delaware that established a Veterans Court for the county in Delaware.
This is an outline for planning a Tribal Healing to Wellness Court that was provided by the National Association of Drug Court Professionals.
Improving Outcomes Through Better Data Tracking: The Use of Technology in Problem-Solving Courts and Beyond
This article discusses how technology is used in a variety of problem-solving functions in New York, and how the courts are looking at ways to apply these innovations statewide.