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1 1 Juvenile Drug Court Dependency Drug Court Family Drug Court Juvenile Drug Treatment Court Juvenile Treatment Court

2 2 Hon. Susan P. Marrinan FKA Susan P. Finlay Assigned Judges Program, CA September 12, 2011

3 3 Juvenile Drug Court: JDC Special docket Delinquency /status Voluntary 18 months: average Growth: mid-90s

4 4 JUVENILE DRUG COURT DELINQUENCY/ STATUS

5 5 JDC STRATEGIES BJA (2003) U.S. DOJ, 2003 Stakeholders’ Planning Group 16 Strategies Plan, Implement, Operate

6 6 PLANNING (#1) Collaborative Cross training Assessments Evaluations Mirror ADC(Adult Drug Court) Different resources

7 7 JDC TEAM (#2) Interdisciplinary: Judge, Probation, Treatment, DA, PD, Law Enforcement Non Adversarial Problem Solving

8 8 Community Needs Assessment (#3) Target Population Eligibility Criteria Mental Health issues Violence issues

9 9 Judicial Involvement (#4) Supervision Education Profile of Judge Conflicts? Can “switch” calendars ADC – JDC : similar profiles

10 10 Evaluation (#5) On going: measure success? Outcomes – 5 years/10 years ADC-JDC: similar measures

11 11 Community Partnerships (#6) Treatment services Recreation Youth groups Law Enforcement

12 12 TREATMENT (#7) EVIDENCE BASED INDIVIDUAL COMPREHENSIVE ADC – JDC: age appropriate groups/caretaker involvement

13 13 APPROPRIATE LEVEL (#8) MATCH SERVICES -DEVELOPMENT RELATIONSHIPS ENVIRONMENT GOAL: CHANGE BEHAVIOR ADC-JDC: JDC has more “family” involved

14 14 GENDER APPROPRIATE (# 9) REPRODUCTION LGBT STD TRAUMA (BULLYING ) ADC-JDC: less resolution

15 15 CULTURAL COMPETENCE (#10) EDUCATION TREATMENT ADAPTATION OF SERVICES ADC-JDC: similar approach

16 16 STRENGH BASED (#11) EMPHASIZE SUCCESS FOCUS - FAMILY STRENGTHS ADC-JDC: JDC = more family

17 17 Family Engagement (#12) Empower Caregiver = home environment Family planning: team meetings Attendance at court Reseach = improved results

18 18 EDUCATIONAL LINKS (#13) Schools – Grades/Tutors/Counselors GED – Education & abilities Computer equipment School related activities

19 19 DRUG TESTING (#14) RANDOM OBSERVED WRITTEN POLICIES & PROCEDURES UNTESTABLE SUBSTANCES

20 20 INCENTIVES (#15) Graduation Certificates Move up/Grad ceremonies Terminate jurisdiction Birthday gifts/Shower Cakes Treats Group outings/picnics Special Visits Praise from Team Hi 5, Hug, Shake Group Applause First on Calendar Support Gift certificates Move up phase

21 21 INCENTIVES: Purpose Behavior Modification Encouragement Support Approval GOAL ORIENTED

22 22 SANCTIONS (#14) Verbal Warning Home Supervision Work Project Curfew Parent ordered to Court Delancy Street visit

23 23 MORE SANCTIONS Community Work Project Increased testing Custody Team meeting with Parent New intervention plan Parent/school/team conference Drug Dorm/Camp (120 days) Back Phase Termination from JDC

24 24 And More Sanctions Parenting Classes Anger Management Anti Graffiti Classes MADD Impact Panel Victim Apology Letter House Arrest Peer limitations 12 Step Meetings Assaultive Behavior Class GED Restitution Anti Theft Classes Community Service No overnights

25 25 CONFIDENTIALITY (#16) WRITTEN PROCEDURES WRITTEN WAIVERS VIGILANCE

26 26 CONCLUSION MORE RESEARCH NEEDED PROMISING RESULTS JUDGES/ TEAMS – WORTHWHILE COMMUNITY – INVOLVED

27 27 $250 million per year problem 1 out of every 8 Americans = substance abuse issues Resource “heavy” but more economical than alternatives

28 28


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