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Baltimore City Circuit Court Drug Treatment Court Manual

This document serves as the policies and procedures manual for the Baltimore City Drug Treatment Court program.

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Baltimore City Adult Drug Treatment Court and Felony Diversion Initiative: Outcome and Cost Evaluation

This is an in-depth outcome and cost evaluation of Baltimore City Adult Drug Treatment Court by NPC Research.

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How Drug Treatment Courts Work: An Analysis of Mediators

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.
Topics: Courts, Dtc, Treatment

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PITT COUNTY DRUG TREATMENT COURT MEMORANDUM OF UNDERSTANDING

Memorandum of understanding between the Pitt County District Court Judges, District Attorney, Public Defender, North Carolina Division of Community Corrections, Criminal Justice Partnership Program, Pitt County PORT Human Services, Treatment and Accountability for Safer Communities, the Pitt County…
Topics: Drug Court, Dtc

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Microsoft Word – Sample Participant Contract. Maryland Prob. Solv. Com.3.11

Ex Parte Communication. A The DTC Judge is permitted to discuss my case with the DTC team. members, either individually or collectively, as it pertains to program and treatment compliance, drug test results, community supervision, case management or any other pertinent information.

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Cumberland County Adult Drug Treatment Court MOU

This MOU provides the parties involved in the Cumberland County Adult Drug Treatment Court with their roles and responsibilities that must be carried out to ensure the program’s success.

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Can participation in Drug Treatment Courts reduce emergency department use? An evaluation

This study examines the effects of drug court program completion on emergency service use.
Topics: Dtc

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