This book is an exploratory study of a juvenile drug treatment court in the Midwest. Based on observations and interviews the author conducted while serving as the contracted program evaluator, the book investigates how denial, surveillance, coercion, accountability, and definitions of success operate and interact in the Juvenile Drug Court environment and intertwine with institutional needs and authority structures. The book's findings suggest that some drug court practices may expose participants to potential harms that until now have been largely ignored in studies of drug courts. altIgDrug Court Justice concludes with suggestions for reducing the potential harms of juvenile drug courts.The essays were generally one or two pages long, and the subject matter ranged from the dangers of drugs to ... Community service was another common punishment for violations such as a positive drug test or missing a counseling meeting.
|Title||:||Drug Court Justice|
|Publisher||:||Drug Court Justice - 2008|