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Specialized & Problem Solving Courts Programs at a Glance
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Total Number of Programs: 49

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Specialized & Problem Solving Courts Practice Outcomes at a Glance
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Total Number of Practices: 6

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Courts

Specialized & Problem Solving Courts

Problem solving courts, such as drug courts, differ from traditional courts in that they are specially designed court calendars or dockets dedicated to addressing one type of offense or offender. These court-based interventions may focus on substance abuse, mental health, and other criminogenic issues. Typically, the judge plays a key supervisory role, and other criminal justice components (such as probation) and social services agencies (such as substance abuse treatment) collaborate on case management.

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OJP Publications

Drug Courts, NIJ,OJJDP,BJA, May 2018
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Mandatory Divorce Custody Mediation and Intimate Partner Violence/Abuse, NIJ, April 2018
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The National Institute of Justice's Evaluation of Second Chance Act Adult Reentry Courts: Lessons Learned About Reentry Court Program Implementation and Sustainability, NIJ-Sponsored, January 2018
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Long Term Effects of Drug Court Participation Evidence From a 15 Year Follow up of a Randomized Controlled Trial, NIJ-Sponsored, 2017
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Reentry Court Research: Overview of Findings from the National Institute of Justice's Evaluation of Second Chance Act Adult Reentry Courts, NIJ-Sponsored, December 2017
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