Furthermore, the NDC, working closely with the Organization of American States' Inter-American Drug Abuse Control Commission (OAS/CICAD) and the Canadian High Commission, launched a pilot drug treatment court for chemically dependent offenders in September and plans to open two more pilot courts in the first half of 2013.
What does DTC stand for?
DTC stands for Drug Treatment Court
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Most particularly, I have in mind the national movement toward "problem-solving courts" that had its origin in Dade County, Florida's drug treatment courts, and has been replicated around the world.
COURT REFORM'S DOMINANT DISCOURSE: THE MODERN SUCCESS STORY (4) The problem-solving court movement, many proclaim, began in this country with the founding of the Miami Drug Treatment Court in 1989.
By diverting addicts to drug treatment courts, we believe we can get people off drugs and thereby reduce the demand for drugs.
Milwaukee County Common Council President Willie Hines, decrying unequal treatment in the criminal justice system, discussed the creation of a drug treatment court in Milwaukee as a possible solution.
He announced that his county was getting close to having a drug treatment court, where judges work with addiction experts to treat drug offenders rather than imprison them.
This third edition discusses several new successful and unsuccessful programs and policies and offers updated case studies, examples, and statistics relevant to such problems as club drugs and terrorism, and innovations such as restorative justice and drug treatment court.