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  • Audit of the Office of Justice Programs Adult and Juvenile Offender Re-Entry and Justice and Mental Health Collaboration Grants Awarded to Beaver County, Pennsylvania
    NCJ 249261, November 2015, (45 pages).
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  • Tribal Healing to Wellness Courts: The Policies and Procedures Guide
    NCJ 249265, Pat Sekaquaptewa; Lauren van Schilfgaarde, July 2015, BJA-Sponsored, (365 pages).
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  • HOPE II: A Follow-up to Hawaii's HOPE Evaluation
    NCJ 249912, Angela Hawken; Jonathan Kulick; Kelly Smith; Jie Mei; Yiwen Zhang; Sara Jarman; Travis Yu; Chris Carson; Tifanie Vial, May 2016, NIJ-Sponsored, (86 pages).
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  • 2016 OJP Program Plan Initiatives
    NCJ 249544, December 2015, OJP, (50 pages).
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  • All Implementation Is Local: Initial Findings From the Process Evaluation of the Honest Opportunity Probation With Enforcement (HOPE) Demonstration Field Experiment
    NCJ 249317, Gary Zajac; Pamela K. Lattimore; Debbie Dawes, Federal Probation, 79, 1, June 2015, 31-36, (6 pages).
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  • OJJDP Journal of Juvenile Justice, Volume 4, Issue 2, Fall 2015
    NCJ 249190, OJJDP Journal of Juvenile Justice, 4, 2, September 2015, 1-139, OJJDP-Sponsored, (139 pages).
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  • Transforming Prisons, Restoring Lives: Final Recommendations of the Charles Colson Task Force on Federal Corrections
    NCJ 249737, January 2016, BJA-Sponsored, (132 pages).
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  • Model Programs Guide Literature Review: Drug Court
    NCJ 249702, October 2010, OJJDP-Sponsored, (5 pages).
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  • National Cross-Site Evaluation: Juvenile Drug Courts and Reclaiming Futures: Final Report: 7/1/2011-6/30/2015
    NCJ 249744, Sally Stevens; Josephine D. Korchmaros; Alison Greene; Monica Davis; Pamela Baumer; Michael L. Dennis; John Carnevale; Erika Ostlie; Raanan Kagan; Kathryn McCollister, February 2016, OJJDP-Sponsored, (177 pages).
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  • National Cross-Site Evaluation: Juvenile Drug Courts and Reclaiming Futures: Executive Summary: 7/1/2011-6/30/2015
    NCJ 249745, Sally Stevens; Josephine D. Korchmaros; Alison Greene; Monica Davis; Pamela Baumer; Michael L. Dennis; John Carnevale; Erika Ostlie; Raanan Kagan; Kathryn McCollister, February 2016, OJJDP-Sponsored, (11 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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  • Reducing Drug Use and Crime Among Pretrial Felony Defendants: Findings From the Evaluation of Breaking the Cycle
    NCJ 187076, Adele Harrell, March 15, 2001
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  • Role of Substance Abuse in U.S. Juvenile Justice Systems and Populations
    NCJ 213527, Heather Horowitz; Hung-En Sung; Susan E. Foster, Corrections Compendium, 31, 1, January 2006, 1-4,24,26, (7 pages).
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  • Sanctions and Rewards in Drug Court Programs: Implementation, Perceived Efficacy, and Decision Making
    NCJ 213918, Christine H. Lindquist; Christopher P. Krebs; Pamela K. Lattimore, Journal of Drug Issues, 36, 1, 2006, 119-145, (27 pages).
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  • Visions for Change: Crime and Justice in the Twenty-First Century, Third Edition
    NCJ 213935, 2002, (573 pages).
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  • Juvenile Justice an Introduction, Fifth Edition
    NCJ 213986, John T. Whitehead; Steven P. Lab, 2006, (512 pages).
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  • War on Drugs or a War on Immigrants?: Expanding the Definiton of "Drug Trafficking" in Determining Aggravated Felon Status for Noncitizens
    NCJ 213493, Jeff Yates; Todd A. Collins; Gabriel J. Chin, Maryland Law Review, 64, 3, 2005, 875-909, (35 pages).
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  • Supervising Criminal Offenders in Washington, DC
    NCJ 213329, Leonard A. Sipes Jr., Corrections Today Magazine, 68, 1, February 2006, 46-49, (4 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: 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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  • Program: Juvenile Drug Courts With Contingency Management and Multisystemic Therapy - CrimeSolutions.gov  
    management protocol with juvenile drug court services includes several components 2006) found that juveniles in the drug court with multisystemic therapy enhanced with contingency
     
         
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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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  • Office of Juvenile Justice and Delinquency Prevention (OJJDP)
    http://www.ojjdp.gov
     
         
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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: Multi-site Adult Drug Court Evaluation (MADCE) - CrimeSolutions.gov
    http://www.crimesolutions.gov/ProgramDetails.aspx?ID=255
     
         
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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: Oregon Drug Courts - CrimeSolutions.gov
    http://www.crimesolutions.gov/ProgramDetails.aspx?ID=82
     
         
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  • Practice: Juvenile Drug Courts - CrimeSolutions.gov
    http://www.crimesolutions.gov/PracticeDetails.aspx?ID=14
     
         
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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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  • 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?
    Information about drug courts within each state, including tribal courts, can be found in Summary of Drug Court Activity by State and County... Read More
    Last Updated: October 20, 2014
     
         
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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: September 18, 2015
     
         
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  • How many drug courts are there?
    The number of drug courts in existence and being planned in the United States (as of June 2013) can ... Read More
    Last Updated: September 23, 2014
     
         
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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: March 14, 2012
     
         
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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: November 19, 2012
     
         
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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 Web site provides resources that help to explain the function... Read More
    Last Updated: October 03, 2012
     
         
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  • How do I find information on a specific justice topic?
    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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  • 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)
    https://www.bja.gov/programs/crppe/
         
         
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  • Swift Certain Fair Resource Center
    http://www.scfcenter.org/
         
         
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  • American University Justice Programs Office Drug Court Clearinghouse
    http://www.american.edu/spa/jpo/drug-court-clearinghouse.cfm
         
         
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  • Adult Drug Court Planning Initiative
    http://www.ndci.org/training/design-drug-court/adult-drug-court-planning-initiative
         
         
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  • National Association of Drug Court Professionals/National Drug Court Institute
    http://www.nadcp.org
         
         
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  • GAINS Center for Behavioral Health and Justice Transformation
    http://www.samhsa.gov/gains-center
         
         
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  • National Drug Court Institute (NDCI)
    http://ndci.org/ndci-home/
         
         
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  • Australian Institute of Criminology
    http://www.aic.gov.au
         
         
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  • College of Criminology and Criminal Justice, Florida State University
    http://criminology.fsu.edu/
         
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  • International Latino Gang Investigators Association (ILGIA) Annual Gang Conference
    July 25, 2016 - July 28, 2016, Las Vegas, Nevada
     
         
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  • 2016 National Forum on Criminal Justice
    August 07, 2016 - August 10, 2016, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
     
         
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  • Tribal Healing to Wellness Court Enhancement Training
    September 13, 2016 - September 15, 2016, Albuquerque, New Mexico
     
         
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  • Trauma to Trial: Investigating and Prosecuting Non-Stranger Sexual Assault Cases
    September 12, 2016 - September 14, 2016, Tempe, Arizona
     
         
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  • Abuse in Later Life: Bringing the Case (Webinar)
    July 28, 2016 - July 28, 2016, 1:30-3:00 p.m. ET
     
         
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  • Parent Child Relationships: Supporting Families in Family Drug Courts for Recovery, Reunification, Permanency (Webinar)
    July 26, 2016 - July 26, 2016, 2:00-3:00 p.m. ET
     
         
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  • Parent Child Relationships: Supporting Families in Family Drug Courts for Recovery, Reunification, Permanency (Webinar)
    August 16, 2016 - August 16, 2016, 2:00-3:00 p.m. ET
     
         
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  • Data and Information Systems: The Fuel that Drives the Family Drug Court Bus (Webinar)
    August 11, 2016 - August 11, 2016, 2:00-3:00 p.m. ET
     
         
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  • Data and Information Systems: The Fuel that Drives the Family Drug Court Bus (Webinar)
    August 25, 2016 - August 25, 2016, 2:00-3:00 p.m. ET
     
         
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  • Major Case Investigative Teams
    August 30, 2016 - September 01, 2016, Appleton, Wisconsin
     
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