This report offers nine practical strategies to encourage the sharing of information and resources among courts. These strategies are designed for those interested in starting a single-subject court (e.g., drug court, mental health court, etc.), those interested in merging problem-solving functions (e.g., combining the assessment functions of a drug court and a mental health court), and those hoping to incorporate problem-solving principles into traditional courtrooms.
Don’t Reinvent the Wheel: Lessons from Problem-Solving Courts
by wpengine / Friday, 05 May 2017 / Published in Uncategorized