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 Issue Brief- Management Information Systems (MIS)
This document contains the Drug Court Judicial Benchbook that provides Drug Court practitioner with the up to date research and evidence based practices of the field.
Part II: GAIN Indicators of Treatment Intensity for ADC Participants in the 39th Judicial Circuit: A Longitudinal Analysis from Intake to 12 Months Post-Intake: 2010 – 2014
The 39th Judicial Circuit, located in the southwestern portion of Missouri, is composed of three counties: Barry, Lawrence, and Stone. A significant percentage of criminal filings in the jurisdiction are related to alcohol and/or drug (AOD) use (“39th Judicial Circuit,” 2010), and access to substanc… Continue Reading Part II: GAIN Indicators of Treatment Intensity for ADC Participants in the 39th Judicial Circuit: A Longitudinal Analysis from Intake to 12 Months Post-Intake: 2010 – 2014
A comprehensive evaluation of the ADC, conducted by Drs. Vickie Luttrell and Jana Bufkin, is provided in phases and examines demographic characteristics of participants upon admission, administrative expediency, treatment intensity, program infrastructure, and behavioral outcomes at 6 months, 12 mon… Continue Reading Year 2 Admission Cohort: Socio-Demographic Characteristics at Intake
PURPOSE: The County seeks the expertise of Washington State University and faculty members Dr. Jacqueline van Wormer and Dr. Faith Lutze, WSU Criminal Justice, in providing an independent evaluation of the Skagit County DUI Drug Court Program.
NPC Research, under contract with the Administrative Office of the Courts of the State of Maryland, conducted an outcome and cost study of the Anne Arundel County District Court DUICourt program.