Training

NCDC at Lifesavers Conference

By Shane Wolf / April 24, 2018

NCDC debuted the new booth at the Lifesavers National Conference on Highway Safety Priorities in San Antonio, TX. Lifesavers focuses on the impaired driving epidemic and DWI courts are an evidence based practice that works to reduce impaired driving with repeat offenders. Thank you to everyone that came to our booth and we look forward…

NCDC Project Director Speaks at MATCP 20th Annual Treatment Court Conference

By Shane Wolf / April 9, 2018

On March 28-30, Cliff Jacobs, Project Director, NCDC attended the Missouri Association of Treatment Court Professionals (MATCP) 20th Annual Treatment Court Conference, Branson, MO. While on-site Jacobs presented on the areas of Equity and Inclusion, and Reform and Responsibility- The Pitfalls of DWI Courts. Jacobs also had the opportunity to participate in an Equity and…

NCDC Heads to the Golden State

By Shane Wolf / March 28, 2018

We always love traveling to warm weather. ¬†Four teams from California and one team from Nevada attended the training where we discussed ways to enhance their programs based on the latest research. Overall it was a great training where lots of discussion and ideas were expressed. “A very valuable course. Generally, “tune-ups” are of great…

NCDC Trains in North Carolina’s Triangle

By Shane Wolf / February 27, 2018

We set off to Raleigh, North Carolina to train four teams at our Operational Tune-Up. This was a great training hosted at the North Carolina Administrative Office of the Courts. The teams spent two days learning about best practices and how to enhance their programs. A special thanks to Yolanda Woodhouse for helping make this…

NCDC Trains in North Carolina’s Triangle

By Shane Wolf / February 27, 2018

We set off to Raleigh, North Carolina to train four teams at our Operational Tune-Up. This was a great training hosted at the North Carolina Administrative Office of the Courts. The teams spent two days learning about best practices and how to enhance their programs. A special thanks to Yolanda Woodhouse for helping make this…

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