source: National Association of Drug Court Professionals
National Association of Drug Court Professionals’ Board of Directors endorses the establishment of Veterans Treatment Courts as a vital court model for best serving this nation’s justice-involved veterans in need of treatment and restoration.
This document created by the National Association of Drug Court Professionals was provide a progress update on the effectiveness and success of drug courts.
This document was written in response to the investigation, started by the NADCP Board Resolution to investigate and review what is currently known, and not yet known, about racial-and-ethnic-minority impacts in drug courts.
This position statement was issued by the NADCP stating that they do not support the casting of individuals in the show “Last Show with Judge Gunn” in Drug Courts nor do they support casting of individuals in substance abuse treatment.
This chart correlates each of the 10 Key Components/Guiding Principles of Adult, Tribal, Veterans and DWI courts to the BJA-NIJ Seven Evidence-Based Design Features
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 is a contact list of U.S. rural courts that was compiled at the NADCP 17th Annual Drug Court Training Conference in July 2011.
This position statement by the NADCP explains their scope in the treatment and criminological fields and the types of court by category.