ESSENTIAL WRITINGS

It can be difficult to understand how a basic structural reform like Drug Courts work (or their progeny, Problem-Solving or Community-Based Courts). We’re generally familiar with conventional systems of justice that rely on punishment to deter aberant behavior, but it can be difficult to decipher an innovative system that relys heavily on community control. I have brought together a series of publications and other documents I have written over the past twenty years that hopefully will provide a window into the evolving world of what I describe as “Community-Based Courts”….J TAUBER

COURT-BASED REENTRY SYSTEMS

PUBLICATIONS

NDCI MONOGRAPHS

POLICY PAPERS

PROPOSALS

MODELS

ARTICLES

DOCUMENTS

[SEE PUBLICATIONS DESCRIBED ABOVE BELOW THE FOLD]

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COURT-BASED REENTRY SYSTEMS

SCIENCE-BASED SENTENCING

A Twelve Part article describing an effective “evidence based sentencing strategy”

 

WHERE REENTRY COURTS ARE PRE-ENTRY COURTS

The Dallas Preentry Court (see photo above)

The Dallas Preentry Court (see photo above)

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

COURT JURISDICTION FROM CORRECTIONS TO REENTRY

A Table of potential REENTRY POINTS in most states

 

A SCHEMATIC OF STATE JURISDICTION IN COURT BASED REENTRY

A Model of potential “Alternative to Corrections Points” between the courts and corrections during the reentry process

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Reentry Court hosts Barbecue

 

 

PUBLICATIONS

RATIONAL DRUG POLICY REFORM: A RESOURCE GUIDE (CPSC, 2001)

Rational Drug Policy Reform: A Resource Guide, Jeffrey Tauber, Center for Problem Solving Courts, 2001

Rational Drug Policy Reform: A Resource Guide, Jeffrey Tauber, Center for Problem Solving Courts, 2001

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

DRUG COURTS: A JUDICIAL MANUAL (CJER, 1994)

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THE FIRST DRUG COURT MANUAL WAS PUBLISHED FOR CALIFORNIA JUDGES

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

NADCP,

WRITTEN BY AN NADCP COMMITTEE AND  ”THE BIBLE” FOR OVER 12 YEARS

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

NDCI MONOGRAPHS: 1999

MONOGRAPH NO. 1; DWI/DRUG COURTS: DEFINING A NATIONAL STRATEGY (NDCI,1999)

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The first NDCI Monograph lays out a plan for the application of Drug Court Strategies to DUI Offenses

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

MONOGRAPH NO.2; DEVELOPMENT AND IMPLEMENTATION OF DRUG COURT SYSTEMS (NDCI,1999)

 Monograph No.2 of the NDCI Monograph Series was written by NDCI Founder Judge Jeffrey Tauber

Monograph No.2, of the 1999 NDCI Monograph Series, “Drug Court Systems” anticipated the recent interest in “Evidence-Based Sentencing”

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

MONOGRAPH NO.3; REENTRY DRUG COURTS (NDCI,1999)

Reentry Drug Courts", No.3 in the NDCI monograph series was the first publication focused on the palce of the courts in the transition of prisoners to the community

Monograph No. 3, “Reentry Drug Courts”  explores the potential relationship between courts and prisoners transitioning into the community

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

POLICY PAPERS

Five Policy Papers for the Clinton Administration* (CLINTON, 1993)

Four Policy Papers: A Proposal for a National Reentry Court Initiative* (OBAMA, 2009)

 

PROPOSALS

A Proposal For A Reentry/Drug Court Demonstration Project* (2010)

The Co-Funding of Drug Court Systems; 1993*                                                                                                                                  (calling for the development of “Community-Based Drug Courts” and the creation of NADCP)

 

MODELS

Ten Prison-Based Reentry Court Models

San Francisco Reentry Court Succeeds

Oakland’s F.I.R.S.T Drug Court Evaluations; 1991-1993*

Contingency Contracting in Oakland: 1995

 

ARTICLES

Introduction to Community-Based Courts

Four Roles of a Judge In a Community-Based Court

Drug Courts, Problem-Solving Courts, And The States

Reentry Court: Myths & Realities

Law and Morality in Drug Courts

A Minimalist Reentry Court for Recessionary Times

 

 

DOCUMENTS

CCJ/COSCA Passes Resolution Endorsing Problem-Solving Courts

 

 


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