Drug Courts Essay by The Research Group
Examines these courts as effective managers of drug related punishment.
# 24653 | 2,700 words | 9 sources | 2002 |
Published on Apr 11, 2003 in Criminology (Drugs Enforcement) , Criminology (Criminal Justice and Corrections) , Law (General)
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Examines these courts as effective managers of drug related punishment. Contends that drug courts are the most effective method of punishment for drug offenders. Origins of drug courts in Florida in 1989. Conceptual and clinical elements that make drug courts successful. Addiction. Historical problems with criminal justice mandated treatment.
From the Paper:"DRUG COURT AS EFFECTIVE MANAGERS OF DRUG-RELATED PUNISHMENT
The prototype for drug courts was developed in Dade County, Florida, in 1989. The drug court is a unique effort that uses the occasion of a drug-offence arrest as an intervention opportunity for drug offenders. Despite historical problems in criminal justice diversion and referral programs, the Dade County success rates have shown that these problems can be overcome through unique collaborative relationships, innovative treatment design, and the elimination of conventional gaps in the referral- treatment-monitoring ..."
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