Research Report The Multi-site Adult Drug Court Evaluation: What's Happening with Drug Courts? A Portrait of Adult Drug Courts in 2004
Volume 2
Shelli B. Rossman, John Roman, Janine M. Zweig, Michael Rempel, Christine Lindquist
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Volume 2 from the National Institute of Justice's Multisite Adult Drug Court Evaluation provides information from 380 adult drug courts surveyed in 2004. It describes drug court program characteristics and operations, such as: most courts operate small programs with less than 50 participants; more than half of courts require both an eligible charge and a clinical assessment for participants to enroll; and courts that have been in operation for a longer time more often use a diversion model, whereby clients enroll in the program before entering pleas, than do younger courts. Drug courts were also classified into profiles of programming characteristics.
Research Areas Crime, justice, and safety
Tags Courts and sentencing
Policy Centers Justice Policy Center