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Deadline: Building a Multi-Track Treatment Court

January 15

Research has proven that assessing for risk and need level is critical for placement into an appropriate program or level of treatment and supervision and that placing people in appropriate tracks to address their individuals’ risks and needs results in reduced recidivism and other positive outcomes. This training will introduce you to the research behind the multi-track treatment court model and focus on selecting and using risk tools to appropriately screen and assess for criminogenic risks/needs so that practitioners have the information they need to coordinate placement in different programmatic interventions.

This training is designed to give adult treatment courts the tools necessary to build a program to meet the needs of individuals across the risk-and-need spectrum. Attendees of this training will learn how to build new tracks in existing treatment courts effective for those outside the high-risk/high-need population.

Conducted by seasoned treatment court practitioners, this training is the foundation for implementing the proven best practices that improve outcomes among all risk and need populations. This live, virtual training is presented over two days and requires a participation commitment from all of the key team members including the judge, court coordinator, prosecutor, defense attorney, treatment, community supervision, and law enforcement.

2024 multi-track training is designed for adult treatment courts with at least two years’ operating experience. The training is FREE.


January 15
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