Cost-Benefit Analysis of Pima County’s Drug Treatment Alternative to Prison (DTAP) Program Final Report
This report analyzes the cost of Pima County’s DTAP program based on participants from it’s first year. Overall, the evaluation found that the DTAP program saves a substantial amount of money when compared to people sent to prison.
This is a handbook given to participants in Navajo County’s Drug Court that includes important information about the structure and function of the program.
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.
A study that places focus on the outcomes of a Trauma-Informed Arizona Family Drug Court
This document is an evaluation of the procedures and outcomes of the Hualapai Wellness Court.
This document contains a compilation of court decisions in relation to drug court in a variety of states across the county.
Topics: Adult Technical Assistance Project, Advocacy, Case Law Summary, Caselaw, Cultural Issues, Defense Function, Drug Court Program Operations, Ethic Issues, Ethics, Federal Decisions, Federal Drug Courts, Judicial Function, Law Review, Manuals And Forms, Performance Standards, Public Information, Special Populations, State Decisions, Technical Assistance Reports, Tribal (Wellness Courts), Tribal Decisions
An operational guide for the Therapeutic Courts in Yavapai County.
A handbook for drug court participants.
Topics: Program Requirements