Reports and Data


As of February, 2014 Idaho has 66 Problem Solving Courts:

•  27 Felony Drug Courts
•  11 Adult Mental Health Courts
•  1 Juvenile Mental Health Court
•  6 Misdemeanor/DUI Courts
•  6 DUI Courts
•  7 Juvenile Drug Courts
•  4 Child Protection Drug Courts
•  4 Veterans Courts  

 

Annual Reports to the Governor & Legislature

•  2014 Annual Report
•  2013 Annual Report
 2012 Annual Report
 2011 Annual Report
 2010 Annual Report 
 2009 Annual Report 
 2008 Annual Report

Utilization Reports

 January 2015 •  July 2014
•  February 2015 •  August 2014
•  March 2015 •  September 2014
•  April 2015  •  October 2014
•  May 2014 •  November 2014
•  June 2014 •  December 2014

 


 

  

 

Idaho Evaluations

•  2015 Juvenile Drug Court Evaluation Report

•  2014 Idaho Felony Drug Court Evaluation Report

•  2009 Effectiveness of Idaho DUI and Misdemeanor/DUI Courts: Outcome Evaluation

•  2008 Idaho Felony Drug Court Outcome Evaluation Report

•  2008 Idaho Felony Outcome Evaluation Executive Summary

Click here to watch our Idaho Drug Court Public Service Announcement

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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:
Kerry Hong
Director,
Community and Family Justice Services
(208) 947-7520