This short video explains the core expectations, values, and goals of veteran mentors serving within Veterans Treatment Courts (VTCs).
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An example of a Memorandum of Understanding between team members of a Family Drug Court. Created and used by the First Judicial District Family Drug Court to outline the anticipated roles of child and family services, the county attorney’s office, the public defender’s office, and other parties.
The BJA Drug Court Technical Assistance Project at American University conducted an interactive webinar session on The Role of the Judge in Veterans Treatment Courts that was presented by Judge Robert Russell and Judge Vance. The webinar addresses issues relevant to role of the Judge in Veterans Tre… Continue Reading The Role of the Judge in Veterans Treatment Court
This webinar was presented by Mike Loeffler, Esq. and Judge Christine Carpenter and covered balancing all prosecutorial roles from planning through implementation of the drug court, developing clear eligibility criteria for participants, the appropriate role of the prosecutor regarding being a progr… Continue Reading The Role of Prosecutors in Drug Treatment Courts
This document provides an overview of Veterans Justice Outreach Specialists, their roles, responsibilities, and challenges they may face.
This document outlines the treatment protocols for the Benton and Franklin County Drug Court Program in Washington State.
This document provides the 10 standards that are critical to the Riverside County Veterans Court program.