Idaho Treatment Courts Webinar Archive

These webinars are treatment court driven presentations for all drug and mental health courts in Idaho. All webinars and materials have been recorded and are made available below. 

 

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. 

 

July 2022 — Parolees in Treatment Court: A Conversation with the Executive Director of the Commissions of Pardons & Parole

Treatment Court stakeholders, along with Commission staff and the Executive Director, discussed the written policy and any changes, for those on parole to also participate in a treatment court.

Video (MP4)

 

 

June 2022 — Idaho Rules for Treatment Court- Overview

The Idaho Supreme Court has adopted a new set of court rules, designated the "Idaho Rules for Treatment Courts." The new rules provide uniform, comprehensive procedures for the administration and operation of treatment courts throughout Idaho. For any questions or to inform the Workgroup of interpretations made relating to these new rules, we are asking to use a new email address, irtc@idcourts.net that will help us get you the best answer as quickly as possible.

Presenters: Judge Darren Simpson, Judge David Hooste, and Scott Ronan

Video (MP4)

 

 

April 2022 — Peer Support in Treatment Courts

Support of peers with similar lived experience can improve engagement, retention, and recovery potential. Learn how to effectively implement peer support in your treatment / recovery court.

Presenters: Norma D. Jaeger, Lisa Koller, Marreen Burton, and JoAnn Martinez

Peer Support Handout

Video (MP4)

 

 

January 2022 — Juvenile Treatment Court Guidelines Training

Presenters: NADCP and NCJFCJ

Materials Link

JDTC Guidelines Training Part I

JDTC Guidelines Training Part II

 

 

 

Virtual DUI Court Trainings!

Five virtual trainings have been sponsored by the Idaho Transportation Department-Office of Highway Safety and facillitated by the National Center for DWI Court

 

 

 

July 22, 2021- Addiction and Psychopharmacology:

Presenter: Julie Seitz

Materials Link

Video Link (MP4)

 

 

August 19, 2021- Building the Treatment Continuum for the Impaired Driver:

Presenters: Julie Seitz

Materials Link 1 / Materials Link 2

Video Link (MP4)

 

 

September 23, 2021- Assessment Tools for the Impaired Drivers

Presenters: Jim Eberspacher and Mark Stodola

Materials Link

Video Link

 

 

October 21, 2021- Drug and Alcohol Testing

Presenters: Paul Cary

Video Link

 

 

November 4, 2021- Incentives, Sanctions, and Therapeutic Adjustments

Presenters: Judge Diane Bull

Video Link

Video Link (Matrix)

Materials Link (Handout)

Materials Link (Matrix)

 

 

ARCHIVES:

Description View Recording (Length)
Addt'l Materials

December 17, 2015

Ex Parte Communication and the Drug Court Team

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(32:01)

PowerPoint

November 20, 2015

Funding Operations // Sustainability Planning

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(33:05)

PowerPoint

September 11, 2015

Trauma Informed Courts 

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(31:08)

PowerPoint

August 21, 2015

Effective Evaluations to Improve Drug Court Outcomes

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(54:06)

PowerPoint

July 17, 2015

Coordinator Toolkit

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(31:14)
PowerPoint

July 7, 2015

PSC Utilization - New Submission Process

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(29:14)
PowerPoint

June 19, 2015

Building and Using an Incentives and Sanctions Matrix

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(44:08)
PowerPoint

April 17, 2015

Managing and Reporting Utilization Slots, Capacity, Termination Types and More!

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(42:35)
PowerPoint

March 20, 2015

Developing a Useful Policy and Procedures Manual and Participant Handbook

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(21:44)
PowerPoint

February 20, 2015

TXC Online Training Resources Blended Learning Toolkit

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(33:11)

PowerPoint

Click here to watch our Idaho Drug Court Public Service Announcement

William Petersen for AllRise!

To learn more visit: www.allrise.org



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
Director,
Justice Services Division
(208) 947-7438