Plan a Successful National Impaired Driving Prevention Month
December is Impaired Driving Prevention Month and an excellent opportunity for DWI Courts and hybrid DWI/Drug Courts to educate their communities on how they save lives by permanently changing the behavior of hardcore DWI offenders. Courts are encouraged to hold a graduation, schedule a meeting with their senator or representative, and reach out to local/state media.
In their ongoing effort to provide resources needed to plan Impaired Driving Prevention Month, the National Center for DWI Courts is proud to offer the first Impaired Driving Prevention Month Webinar!
When: Wednesday, October 10 at 2:00 PM EST
The webinar will include a representative from NHTSA (National Highway Traffic Safety Administration), Judge Michael Barrasse, Chairman of the DWI Court Task Force, and Chris Deutsch, NADCP Director of Communications.
Click here to register.
National Drug Court Institute
For your convenience, NDCI offers online trainings and webinars online allowing you the freedom to learn from anywhere at anytime. You may find them at http://www.ndci.org/training/online-trainings-webinars
More and more Drug Treatment Courts are taking habitual DWI offenders into their programs raising questions on what is the proper treatment and supervision for this group of participants; should it be the same as the drug addicted participants? This webinar discusses the practical and theoretical reasons why some Drug Courts with DWI participants have created separate tracks for the courtroom as well as for treatment.
Click here to view NDCI Webinar archives including The DWI vs. the Drug Offender webinar.
NDCI Adult Operational Tune-Up
Learn how to apply the latest Drug Court research and best practice techniques to your existing program. This two-day, advanced subject-matter training is based on 20 years of research on Adult Drug Courts. This training demonstrates how Drug Court teams can apply the latest research and best practice techniques to improve outcomes within their existing programs.