This document is a process evaluation for Worcester County Adult Circuit and District Drug Treatment Court programs.
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.
The evaluation form is a form that is required by the candidate to fill out and have the coordinator determine if the individual is eligible or not for entrance into the program.
LIST OF INTERVIEWS. In the preparation of this report, we interviewed the following drug court stakeholders:. New Hampshire Representative Laurie Harding. Strafford County Drug Court Director Alex Casale. Grafton County Commissioner Mike Cryans. Executive Director of Justice Policy Institute Tracy V… Continue Reading Report on the Effectiveness of Drug Courts in New Hampshire, Vermont and Maine.
Grant County, Indiana Adult Drug Court Program participant handbook allows the individual enrolled in the program to answer any of his or her questions by reviewing the handbook and also seeing how the program is utilized.
This is an analysis of how drug treatment courts work and gives a brief history on the development of these courts and the benefits of them.
Drug Treatment Courts in the Twenty-First Century: The Evolution of the Revolution in Problem-Solving Courts
Journal article describes Problem-Solving Courts and how they operate along with issues that are being tackled within the court itself.
Juvenile Dependency Court. Adult Felony Drug Court, which was the focus of this performance audit, is defined by the. National Association of Drug Court Professionals (NADCP) as. A specially designed court calendar or docket, the purposes of which are to achieve a reduction in recidivism and substan… Continue Reading Performance Audit for Utah’s Adult Felony Drug Courts