Idaho Problem Solving Courts Webinar Archive

These webinars are problem-solving 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. 

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 Coruts 

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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

PSC 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 Problem Solving 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