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  • DOJ Grants Financial Guide
    NCJ 251462, December 2017, OJP, (164 pages).
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  • Audit of the Office of Justice Programs Bureau of Justice Assistance Award to the Administrative Office of the Courts, Annapolis, Maryland
    NCJ 249817, March 2016, (27 pages).
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  • A Guide to the Guidelines: Practical Tips for Juvenile Drug Treatment Courts to Implement
    NCJ 250930, June 2017, OJJDP-Sponsored, (13 pages).
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  • GC-MS and IR Studies on the Six Ring Regioisomeric Dimethoxybenzoyl-N-Methylpiperazines (DMBzMPs)
    NCJ 250870, K. M. Abdel-Hay; C. M. Terrell; J. DeRuiter; C. R. Clark, Forensic Science International, 237, April 2014, 53-61, (8 pages).
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  • Designing Methods To Identify Evolving Designer Drugs
    NCJ 250880, July 2017, NIJ, (2 pages).
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  • Sex Offender Registration and Notification in the United States: Current Case Law and Issues, December 2016
    NCJ 250916, December 2016, SMART, (35 pages).
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  • OJJDP News @ a Glance, July/August 2017
    NCJ 251048, August 2017, OJJDP, (10 pages).
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  • Delinquency Cases in Juvenile Court, 2014
    NCJ 251107, Nina Hyland, January 2018, OJJDP, (4 pages).
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  • Issues Affecting Tribal Communities
    NCJ 251111, 2017, (4 pages).
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  • Long Term Effects of Drug Court Participation Evidence From a 15 Year Follow up of a Randomized Controlled Trial
    NCJ 251117, Brook W. Kearley, September 2017, NIJ-Sponsored, (157 pages).
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  • REFLECTIONS ON THE PREVENTION AND REPRESSION OF INTERNATIONAL TERRORISM
    NCJ 069053, A BEIRLAEN, REVUE DE SCIENCE CRIMINELLE ET DE DROIT PENAL COMPARE, 4, 1978, 825-844, (20 pages).
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  • POLICE AND THE PREVENTION OF CRIMINALITY
    NCJ 060604, R SCREVENS, REVUE DE DROIT PENAL ET DE CRIMINOLOGIE, 59, 1, 1979, 3-12, (10 pages).
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  • LEGAL QUESTIONS RELATING TO SEARCH AND OBSERVATION
    NCJ 052920, R KRUEGER, SCHRIFTENREIHE DER POLIZEI -FUEHRUNGSAKADEMIE, 5, 2, 1978, 143-156, (14 pages).
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  • County of Onondaga Department of Probation: Annual Report 1995
    NCJ 162324, 1996, (47 pages).
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  • Working Draft of Implementation Guide for a Systemwide Approach to Drug Testing for Criminal Justice
    NCJ 162351, Unknown, (232 pages).
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  • Beyond the Bench
    NCJ 162357, 1996, (28 pages).
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  • Unflappable Janet Reno
    NCJ 162447, H J Reske, ABA Journal, 82, 1996, 16-19, (4 pages).
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  • Developments in Criminal Law in Europe: An Overview
    NCJ 162465, B Huber; G Restle, European Journal of Crime, Criminal Law and Criminal Justice, 3, 4, 1995, 395-413, (19 pages).
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  • Criminal Justice Today: An Introductory Text for the 21st Century, Fourth Edition
    NCJ 162531, F Schmalleger, 1997, (772 pages).
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  • Adolescent Sexual Adjustment Program: Why It Works in South Dakota
    NCJ 162584, Unknown, (5 pages).
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  • Program: Oregon Drug Courts - CrimeSolutions.gov  
    deputy District Attorney working with the drug court screens defendants upon arrest and identifies those who meet the program criteria, which vary by particular drug court
     
         
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  • Program: Suffolk County (NY) Drug Treatment Court - CrimeSolutions.gov  
    to a fixed jail or prison sentence that is imposed in the event of drug court failure a new arrest or warrant issued during drug court participation, which may lead to a longer
     
         
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  • Program: Bronx (NY) Treatment Court - CrimeSolutions.gov  
    agree to plead guilty to a drug felony in order to participate in the drug court program in BxTC requires appearances before the drug court judge at least twice a month during the
     
         
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  • Program: Queens (NY) Treatment Court - CrimeSolutions.gov  
    QTC participants are also required to appear in drug court each week for the 1st month of the schedule is more advisory, and drug court judges frequently make case-by-base decisions
     
         
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  • Program: Maine Juvenile Drug Treatment Courts - CrimeSolutions.gov  
    Juveniles may only be accepted into the drug court program at a hearing and by an order of The drug court team arrives at a consensus about the particular course of action to take
     
         
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  • Program: Baltimore City (Md.) Drug Treatment Court - CrimeSolutions.gov  
    Potential drug court participants are referred to the program from one of two tracks served by drug treatment court, the offender is sent to the drug court assessment unit
     
         
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  • Program: Brooklyn (NY) Treatment Court - CrimeSolutions.gov  
    eligible drug charge before participating in the drug court and agree to a specific jail or prison
     
         
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  • Program: Multi-site Adult Drug Court Evaluation (MADCE) - CrimeSolutions.gov  
    was administered in 2004 to every active adult drug court in operation for at least 1 year (Urban Institute Most adult drug court programs are small
     
         
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  • Program: Guam Adult Drug Court - CrimeSolutions.gov  
    Home > Programs > Guam Adult Drug Court The GADC relies on the drug court model (see the National Association of Drug Court Professionals [1997] for the 10 key components
     
         
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  • Program: Multnomah County (Ore.) Sanction Treatment Opportunity Progress (STOP) Drug Diversion Program - CrimeSolutions.gov  
    in 1991, the STOP Drug Diversion Program is the second-oldest drug court in the country After 2 weeks, participants appear in the drug court to officially declare if they wish to
     
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  • Practice: Adult Drug Courts - CrimeSolutions.gov
    http://www.crimesolutions.gov/PracticeDetails.aspx?ID=7
     
         
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  • Program: Guam Adult Drug Court - CrimeSolutions.gov
    http://www.crimesolutions.gov/ProgramDetails.aspx?ID=133
     
         
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  • Program: Utah Juvenile Drug Courts - CrimeSolutions.gov
    http://www.crimesolutions.gov/ProgramDetails.aspx?ID=381
     
         
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  • Program: Helping Women Recover Program (in a Drug Court Setting) - CrimeSolutions.gov
    http://www.crimesolutions.gov/ProgramDetails.aspx?ID=416
     
         
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  • Program: Multi-site Adult Drug Court Evaluation (MADCE) - CrimeSolutions.gov
    http://www.crimesolutions.gov/ProgramDetails.aspx?ID=255
     
         
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  • Practice: Juvenile Drug Courts - CrimeSolutions.gov
    http://www.crimesolutions.gov/PracticeDetails.aspx?ID=14
     
         
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  • Program: Oregon Drug Courts - CrimeSolutions.gov
    http://www.crimesolutions.gov/ProgramDetails.aspx?ID=82
     
         
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  • Program: Suffolk County (NY) Drug Treatment Court - CrimeSolutions.gov
    http://www.crimesolutions.gov/ProgramDetails.aspx?ID=125
     
         
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  • Program: Juvenile Drug Courts With Contingency Management and Multisystemic Therapy - CrimeSolutions.gov
    http://www.crimesolutions.gov/ProgramDetails.aspx?ID=388
     
         
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  • Program: Maine Juvenile Drug Treatment Courts - CrimeSolutions.gov
    http://www.crimesolutions.gov/ProgramDetails.aspx?ID=339
     
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  • Where can I learn about the effectiveness of drug courts?
    Information on the effectiveness of drug courts is available on the following Web sites: the National Institute of Justice's (NIJ) Multisite Adult Drug Court Evaluation site;... Read More
    Last Updated: March 25, 2014
     
         
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  • Where can I learn about my rights when being questioned by the police?
    Information on your rights when you are being questioned by the police is available on the Know Your... Read More
    Last Updated: March 25, 2014
     
         
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  • How many tribal drug courts are there?
    The number of drug courts, including tribal drug courts, in existence and being planned in the Unite... Read More
    Last Updated: September 18, 2017
     
         
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  • How many drug offenses are handled by juvenile courts in the United States?
    Information about court cases involving juvenile drug offenders can be found in the Office of Juveni... Read More
    Last Updated: January 27, 2017
     
         
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  • How many drug courts are there?
    The number of drug courts in existence and being planned in the United States can be found in the Su... Read More
    Last Updated: September 18, 2017
     
         
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  • Is funding available to implement an adult drug court?
    Information about drug court funding can be found on the Drug Court Discretionary Grant Program sect... Read More
    Last Updated: October 29, 2016
     
         
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  • Where can I obtain funding for a juvenile drug court program?
    You can conduct a search of funding opportunities from the Office of Justice Programs (OJP) and othe... Read More
    Last Updated: October 29, 2016
     
         
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  • Does NCJRS provide links to other justice organizations?
    Yes. Links to relevant agencies and organizations appear under each topic on our site (e.g., Correct... Read More
    Last Updated: May 09, 2013
     
         
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  • Where can I learn more about drug courts and their functions?
    The Courts: Drug Courts section of our website provides resources that help to explain the function ... Read More
    Last Updated: December 29, 2017
     
         
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    A list of topics is in the left-hand navigation bar of the NCJRS website. These topics include: A-Z Topical Index (an alphabetical listing of all topics, subtopics, and related terms) Corrections Courts Crime Crime Prevention Drugs Justice System Juvenile Justice Law Enforcement Victims ... Read More
    Last Updated: January 29, 2016
     
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  • National Public Safety Partnership
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  • Working with BJA to Improve Health Coverage and Care in the Justice System
    http://lac.org/what-we-do/criminal-justice/expanding-health-coverage-among-justice-involved-people/working-with-bja-to-improve-health-coverage-and-care-in-the-justice-system/
         
         
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  • Bureau of Justice Assistance (BJA): Center for Research Partnerships and Program Evaluation (CRPPE)
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  • Justice3D
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  • Treatment Courts Online: The National Training System for Treatment Courts Practitioners
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  • Urban Institute: Pay for Success
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  • Justice Clearinghouse
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  • Center for Court Innovation
    https://www.courtinnovation.org/
         
         
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  • American University Justice Programs Office: Drug Court Technical Assistance
    https://www.american.edu/spa/jpo/initiatives/drug-court/index.cfm
         
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  • Financial Management Training Seminar
    July 11, 2018 - July 12, 2018, Washington, DC
     
         
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  • Financial Management Training Seminar
    September 19, 2018 - September 20, 2018, Washington, DC
     
         
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  • Impaired Driving Symposium
    August 02, 2018 - August 03, 2018, Horseshoe Bay, Texas
     
         
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  • Annual IACP Training Conference on Drugs, Alcohol, and Impaired Driving
    August 13, 2018 - August 15, 2018, Nashville, Tennessee
     
         
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    August 29, 2018 - August 30, 2018, Irving, Texas
     
         
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    June 25, 2018 - June 25, 2018, 3:00-4:00 p.m. ET
     
         
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    July 22, 2018 - July 25, 2018, Ft. Worth, Texas
     
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