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Statewide Coordination of Problem-Solving Courts: A Snapshot of Five States

Publication year: 2012

Library ID

  • 026521


Other Information

  • 2012
  • 10 pages
Thumbnail preview Objectives involved in the centralizing of the administration of problem-solving courts are discussed. The strategies described may help your state to decide if or how to coordinate your own group of problem-solving courts. Goals of statewide coordination entail quality assurance, training, funding, research and evaluation, technology, and advocacy. The manner in which the states of California, Idaho, Indiana, Maryland, and New York address these goals are explained.