Sample Operational Documents and Forms

Note: Not all sample operational and programmatic documents in the NDCRC clearinghouse library have been reviewed for best practice standards.

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Racial and Ethnic Disparities (RED) in Treatment Courts

In this issue brief, author Dr. John R. Gallagher focuses on racial and ethnic disparities in treatment courts and the potential solutions to fix those disparities. Dr. Gallagher showcases the work of the St. Joseph County (Indiana) treatment court to address this gap. Dr Gallagher brings specific attention to the use of Habilitation Empowerment Accountability… Continue Reading
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Sample Memorandum of Understanding – Adult Drug Court Best Practice Standards

These are written agreements with other agencies or organizations for services and coordination.
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Phase Requirements – Adult Drug Court Best Practice Standards

This is a tool used to set expectations by explaining requirements for each phase of the program.
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Adult Model Policies and Procedures – Adult Drug Court Best Practice Standards

This document should function as a model for new planning courts and existing courts to help programs document procedures for the operation of a treatment court. This model policy and procedure manual is designed to serve as a guide that helps to incorporate the adult drug court best practice standards and other guidelines for the… Continue Reading Adult Model Policies and Procedures –...
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Exit Interview – Adult Drug Court Best Practice Standards

Giving an exit interview to participants in Adult Drug Courts when they leave the program can often provide valuable insight into effectiveness.
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Management Information Systems (MIS)

This issue brief details the necessary features of Management Information Systems (MIS) for treatment courts. By connecting team members, an MIS can help improve communications, reduce inbox clutter, and reduce time spent catching up in staff meetings and on the phone throughout the week. An MIS also allows the court to examine trends and measure… Continue Reading Management Informa...

New York State Unified Court System Essential Elements of Opioid Courts

In 2016, the Unified Court System launched an opioid court in Buffalo, the first of its kind in the country. The opioid court provides immediate intervention, treatment, and supervision for defendants who are at risk of an opioid overdose. Refer to this document for an outline of the main components of opioid treatment court procedures.
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Note: Not all sample operational and programmatic documents in the NDCRC clearinghouse library have been reviewed for best practice standards.
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