NADCPNational Association of Drug Court Professionals
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And graduation rates--which NADCP recommends range from 50 to 70% to ensure courts take enough "high risk" cases--show that the program helps graduates remain in treatment long enough to be "successful."
A warning came from the NADCP's "Journal for Advancing Justice" in 2018, which found that while drug courts are making positive changes in local communities, the model can also perpetuate the inequalities of the national justice system:
In December 2012, two months after Colorado and Washington voters approved ballot initiatives to tax and regulate marijuana, the NADCP, which in 2011 received $5.7 million in government grants, and has spent half a million dollars since 2005 lobbying Congress, released another document on the dangers of legal marijuana.
(35.) The design of the Buffalo Veterans Treatment Court was based closely on the National Association of Drug Court Professional's (NADCP) list of "10 Key Components of a Drug Court," and the Bureau of Justice Assistance's "Ten Essential Elements of a Mental Health Court." Russell, supra note 19, at 364-65.
(NADCP), veterans-treatment-court-resources (last visited May 26, 2009).
(102) The NADCP asserts that state and local governments would respond to annual federal funding of $250 million by providing, by their estimate, $1.25 billion in state funding each year.
Douglas Marlowe, chief of science, policy and law at NADCP, states that it would permit numerous transgressions before offenders could receive meaningful consequences for their program violations.
(68) See Preface to KEY COMPONENTS, supra note 23 (stating the purpose of the NADCP).
Last month I attended the National Association of Drug Court Professionals (NADCP) annual training conference.
(122.) At the June 11, 2009, Anaheim NADCP Conference, Gil Kerlikowske, Director of the Office of the National Drug Control Policy, addressed the 2,500 attendees, congratulating them on their years of hard work and pledging the administration's ongoing support.
Similarly, I believe NDAA needs to reach out to and work more closely with other groups, such as the International Chiefs of Police (IACP), the FOP, National Sheriffs' Association, National Association of Drug Court Professionals (NADCP), and victims' rights groups, etc.