Recorded Webinars

Note: Recorded trainings play on video hosting site, Vimeo. No additional software is required. The download time and playback-quality will depend on your Internet connection speed. Don't forget to turn your speakers on for sound. 

- Trauma Series:  Part III - Creating a Trauma-Responsive Court System - March 31, 2016 
This 30-minute segment takes the information from parts I and II and applies it to creating a trauma-responsive court experience. This segment summarized lessons learned and recommendations from the NCJFCJ's trauma consultation experience with more than 20 courts nationwide.

- Trauma Series:  Part II - Creating Conditions of Healing - March 31, 2016 
This 15-minute segment focuses on how NCJFCJ has applied an understanding of trauma and its effects to create the conditions of healing that can be promoted within  juvenile and family courts. The core components of healing (as identified in NCJFCJ's conceptual framework) are presented and examples are provided for how and why these are helpful in working with traumatized youth and families.

- Trauma Series:  Part 1 - Understanding Trauma and Its Effects - March 31, 2016
This 20-minute segment provides a brief overview of trauma and its effects on child and adolescent development, and includes information on the adverse childhood experiences study. 

- Three Prong Approach to Incentives and Sanctions - Feb. 25, 2016

- Team Member Transition in Juvenile Drug Courts - Jan. 28, 2016

- WITS Training - Idaho Supreme Court (1:04:16 hrs) -Oct. 24, 2013

- Tracking Costs by Court in WITS (1:20:57 hrs) -Sept. 23, 2013

Client Intake and Referral Process in WITS (52:34 mins) -June 25, 2013

BPA Treatment & RSS Intake Policy and Procedures Webinar


Idaho HIV and AIDS Viral Hepatitis Resources

- HIV and AIDS Viral Hepatitis Resource Directory (PDF, Jan. 2014)

- Incorporating HIV and Viral Hepatitis Testing and Referral into Idaho Drug Court Programs (PowerPoint, Nov. 2012)


Idaho Resources

Idaho Veterans Services
This is Idaho Division of Veterans Services. 


National Resources

NADCP – National Association of Drug Court Professionals
The NADCP is a national non-profit corporation made up of judges, prosecutors, defense attorneys, and clinical professionals to create a common-sense approach to improving the justice system by using a combination of judicial monitoring and effective treatments to compel drug-using offenders to change their lives.

NDCI – National Drug Court Institute
The National Drug Court Institute (NDCI) is a Professional Services Branch of NADCP. Since commencing operation in 1998, NDCI has emerged as the preeminent source of research-driven training and technical assistance for Drug Court and Treatment Court professionals.

NCDC – National Center for DWI Courts
Training & Publications for DWI Court Professionals

Consensus Project – Justice Center | Criminal Justice | Mental Health
The Criminal Justice/Mental Health Consensus Project, coordinated by the Council of State Governments Justice Center, is an unprecedented, national effort to help local, state, and federal policymakers and criminal justice and mental health professionals improve the response to people with mental illnesses who come into contact with the criminal justice system.


Research into Practice - The purpose of the Drug Court Research-to-Practice (R2P) project is to promote the timely dissemination of the most relevant information derived from this growing body of research in a manner that is easily understandable by and relevant to practitioners and policy-makers. 

The goals of Treatment Courts are to reduce the overcrowding of jails and prisons, to reduce alcohol and drug abuse and dependency among criminal and juvenile offenders, to hold offenders accountable, to reduce recidivism, and to promote effective interaction and use of resources among the courts, justice system personnel and community agencies.


To find out more:
Taunya Jones
Justice Services Division
(208) 947-7438