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NCDC Wraps Up in Georgia

By Shane Wolf / December 8, 2018

We had a fantastic Foundational Training to end 2019 in Athens, GA. Five teams from Georgia, Illinois, and Arkansas participated in learning about the latest research on DWI courts and how to apply it to their programs. There was great discussion, some debate, and even tears of laughter…the perfect mix of an amazing week. Thank…

Apply for 2019 Training

By Chris Deutsch / November 27, 2018

Now Accepting Applications for 2019 DWI Court Foundational Training Applications due Thursday, February 28, 2019 The National Center for DWI Courts (NCDC) is now accepting applications for its 3.5-day DWI Court Foundational Training, designed for courts not yet operating a DWI court program, teams that have had significant staff changes, or teams that have never…

Responsibility.org Holiday Event

By Shane Wolf / November 27, 2018

NCDC participated in the Responsibility.org annual Holiday Event on the Hill. This year Advancing Justice Director Melissa Fitzgerald took on emcee duties as she moderated a game between the Senate and House based on the new Virtual Bar app. NCDC Director Jim Eberspacher was the captain for the Senate team and even though it was…

Impaired Driving Prevention Month Field Kit Released

By Chris Deutsch / November 8, 2018

In 2017, we lost 10,874 Americans to alcohol-impaired-driving. These were our friends, family members, neighbors and coworkers, and their deaths were completely preventable. At the National Center for DWI Courts, we won’t rest until that number is zero. We know that DWI courts work because they focus on the right target population and address the…

NCDC Heads to the Border

By Shane Wolf / October 18, 2018

NCDC conducted a Foundational Training in El Paso, TX with teams attending from Oregon, Nevada, Wisconsin, Oklahoma, and Delaware. The teams were different stages of development from just starting to being operational for many years but with new team members. Overall, it was a knowledge filled four days of training with an observation of the…

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