The Judiciary of Guam announced it has launched the first DWI court in the territory. The program is implemented by a Bureau of Justice grant to and plans to serve up to 15 participants. Click Here to read the article at The Guam Daily Post “Closing the gap in time New DWI Court Aims to Treat Repeat OffendersRead more...
Senator John Isakson (R-GA) took to the Senate floor on May 3 to give a one-minute speech in support of his hometown DUI court. Great example of the importance to reaching out to our Representatives! Click Here to read the speechRead More
NCDC traveled north to train 5 existing OWI court teams in Johnson Creek, Wisconsin. Besides the amazing food and cheese curds, these teams did a great job taking a deeper look into their procedures and determining creative ways to integrate best practices and model fidelity. Teams learned how to work Madison WI Operational Tune-UpRead More
The American Bar Association with the support from NHTSA released their Spring 2017 edition of the Highway To Justice newsletter that focuses on educating judges on Drug Recognition Experts (DRE) evidence and DWI courts. NCDC Director James Eberspacher stresses the importance of expanding DWI courts because they treat the whole person ABA Highway To Justice Targets Community SafetyRead More
NCDC headed to the Southwest to train 5 existing DWI court teams in a statewide Operational Tune-Up Training. There are a lot of exciting things happening in the programs in New Mexico. The teams learned to work together even though frostbite had silenced everyone in the team challenge activity to build a Albuquerque Operational Tune-Up TrainingRead More
NCDC traveled to the Mile High City to bring our Operational Tune-Up Training to 5 DWI court teams in Colorado. We strive to provide cutting-edge research and information in an interactive way, and this was no exception. We introduced a new team-building activity where teams had to accomplish the following tasks Denver Operational Tune-UpRead More