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 als… Continue Reading Management Information Systems (MIS)
This two part interactive webinar series demonstrates key features of the Buffalo Drug Court Management Information System for drug court staff who are interested in “hands-on” demonstration of its key features. The session was conducted by Jose Ferrer of the Buffalo City Drug Court who, with Judge… Continue Reading Buffalo Drug Court Management Information System Webinar Series
With support from the Bureau of Justice Assistance (BJA), the Tribal Law and Policy Institute (TLPI) has developed the following additional Tribal Healing to Wellness Court–specific resource publications to assist tribal governments and tribal justice systems in developing, enhancing, and sustaining… Continue Reading Tribal Healing to Wellness Courts: The Judicial Bench Book
This report offers nine practical strategies to encourage the sharing of information and resources among courts.
This document evaluates the processes of multiple components of the Talbot County Juvenile Drug Court program.
Topics: Data, Drug Court, Drug Testing, Eligibility Criteria, Evaluation, Family Involvement and Assessment, Fees, Funding, Goals and Objectives, Graduation, Incentives, Judge, Juvenile, Participants, Phases, Programs, Sanction, Screening, Team, Team Roles and Responsibilities, Termination, Treatment
This treatment plan is used in the WNMMG Grants Clinic to delineate the recovery goals for the client and to determine how to reach each goal to ensure one’s success.
This report summarizes the findings of the analysis of all available data for the Cumberland County Adult Drug and DUI Court programs.
Recidivism and Other Findings Reported in Selected Evaluation Reports of DUI Court/Drug Court Programs
This is a chart that breaks down a number of studies on recidivism in treatment court programs.