DCDG

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AcronymDefinition
DCDGDCDG (not an acronym; formerly Dot Com Design Group; Bellingham, WA)
DCDGDub City Derby Girls (roller derby club)
DCDGDrug Court Discretionary Grant (justice system; various locations)
DCDGDimethylamino-Cyclohexoxyl-Dimethyl Gallium (antimalarial drug)
DCDGDanish Contact Dermatitis Group
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The awards, funded under the Bureau of Justice Assistances 2016 Adult Drug Court Discretionary Grant Program, provide government court systems with financial and technical assistance to develop and implement Veterans Treatment Courts that tailor substance abuse treatment, mandatory drug testing, sanctions and incentives, and other transitional services for military veterans who are substance abusers.
Although drug courts are mostly initiated and funded at the state and local level, Congress has supported the development, implementation, and expansion of drug courts through the federal Drug Court Discretionary Grant Program, originally authorized under Title V of the Violent Crime Control and Law Enforcement Act of 1994 (P.
Government Accountability Office 2005 Meta-analysis of Adult Drug Courts National Institute of Justice's Multi-Site Adult Drug Court Evaluation Federal Drug Court Discretionary Grant Program.
Congress demonstrated its support for developing state and local drug court programs through the Drug Court Discretionary Grant Program, authorized under Title V of the Violent Crime Control and Law Enforcement Act of 1994 (P.
The federal Drug Court Discretionary Grant program (72) has been reauthorized twice, under the 21st Century Department of Justice Appropriations Authorization Act (P.
Funding for the Federal Drug Court Discretionary Grant Program
Through the federal Drug Court Discretionary Grant Program, Congress continues to support state efforts to develop alternatives to reduce the incarceration and recidivism rates of substance-abusing offenders.
DOJ, BJA, OJP, "BJA Drug Court Discretionary Grant Program: FY 2010 Requirements Resource Guide," p.
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