Resource Type: Evaluation
Measuring the success of your drug court is important for several reasons. You should be able to support your claims of being a great diversionary program that supports people in long-term recovery with numbers and data. Also, analyzing outcomes can help identify areas in which your court could impr…
Dr. Jamie Vaske, assistant professor of Criminology & Criminal Justice at Western Carolina University and evaluator for the Buncombe County Veterans Treatment Court, has created a handy resource for drug treatment professionals, called the Treatment Courts Best Practices Inventory (TC – BPI). By sum…
Part II: GAIN Indicators of Treatment Intensity for ADC Participants in the 39th Judicial Circuit: A Longitudinal Analysis from Intake to 12 Months Post-Intake: 2010 – 2014
The 39th Judicial Circuit, located in the southwestern portion of Missouri, is composed of three counties: Barry, Lawrence, and Stone. A significant percentage of criminal filings in the jurisdiction are related to alcohol and/or drug (AOD) use (“39th Judicial Circuit,” 2010), and access to substanc…
A comprehensive evaluation of the ADC, conducted by Drs. Vickie Luttrell and Jana Bufkin, is provided in phases and examines demographic characteristics of participants upon admission, administrative expediency, treatment intensity, program infrastructure, and behavioral outcomes at 6 months, 12 mon…
PURPOSE: The County seeks the expertise of Washington State University and faculty members Dr. Jacqueline van Wormer and Dr. Faith Lutze, WSU Criminal Justice, in providing an independent evaluation of the Skagit County DUI Drug Court Program.
This is a power point that discusses the effectiveness of adult drug court programs and whether the outcomes they are set to accomplish are being completed successfully.
Topics: Drug Court