Tips for Transferring Probation Practices to Drug Court Programs to Enhance Participant and Program Outcomes
This fact sheet provides probation officers serving on drug court teams with information on ways they can ensure that they are using supervision strategies and skills informed by evidence-based practices to enhance outcomes among drug court participants.
The Marijuana Detection Window: Determining the Amount of Time Cannabinoids Remain Detectable in Urine Following Smoking
In a drug court context, the application of judicial sanctions and the initiation of therapeutic interventions have been needlessly delayed due to a lack of coherent guidance regarding the length of time cannabinoids will likely remain detectable in urine following the cessation of marijuana smoking. The purpose of this article is to provide that much needed guidance.
Urine Drug Concentrations: The Scientific Rationale for Eliminating the Use of Drug Test Levels in Drug Court Proceedings
The objective of this fact sheet is to provide drug court professionals with a scientifically based justification for discontinuing the interpretation of urine drug levels in an effort to define client drug use behavior. As the premise of this document is not without some controversy, clarification of its intent seems warranted.