NCDC headed out west to train 5 DUI court teams in Billings, Montana. The teams thought outside the box on how they can expand their resources to best meet their client’s needs. Ideas flowed from looking at creating a regional DUI court to applying evidence based practices to treatment. Overall Operational Tune-Up Heads to MontanaRead more...
“Alcohol can destroy lives, but with Fayette County DUI Court, offenders are getting a chance to turn their lives around.” NCDC is excited for Fayette County DUI Court as they celebrate their first graduate. Congratulations! Click here to read the article published in the Fayette News. State Court Judge Jason B. DUI Court Offers Second ChanceRead More
There is an emerging trend across the country in which more and more veterans are enrolling in DWI court programs, but these men and women are not always aware of the range of services for which they qualify. This webinar will take a deeper look at the transition from active-duty Serving Veterans in DWI CourtsRead More
Harris County Saving Ourselves By Education & Recovery (SOBER) Courts hosted an April is Alcohol Awareness Month event on April 3rd, 2017. The event celebrated the graduation of 41 current SOBER DWI court graduates as they shared their journey in recovery. The event also highlighted the successes of recent SOBER Harris County SOBER Courts host “April is Alcohol Awareness Month”Read More
Law enforcement involvement in DWI courts decreases recidivism by 88% and has 44% in cost savings to the court. NCDC is excited to see law enforcement being recognized for their dedication to treatment courts. “Deputy Rhonda has set the standard for excellence in our program. She is an ambassador of Harris County Sheriff’s Deputy Receives Top Honors in DWI CourtRead More
Best practice and research shows that DWI courts have the best outcomes when court programs target high risk / high need offenders. High BAC and multiple DWI offenders usually fall into this target range. It is great seeing jurisdictions like Brown County, Wisconsin take the first steps in identifying the OWI Court Targets High BAC OffendersRead More