This brochure provides information for victims of a crime in which the offender was sentenced to be supervised by state probation. Victims have the right to be treated with fairness, dignity and respect throughout the criminal justice process. Probation recognizes that victims of crime, their families, and communities are important recipients of our services., provided by: The Colorado Judicial Department, Office of the State Court Administrator., "August 2012.", Column title.
Colorado has come to understand that problem-solving courts (for example: drug courts, treatment courts, and mental health courts) have been shown by a growing body of research to be a very effective means of reducing substance abuse, managing mental illness, and increasing the likelihood that people will remain in recovery and reintegrate into their communities as productive and contributing members., Online resource; title from PDF cover (viewed June 2022)
Colorado has come to understand that problem-solving courts such as adult, criminal drug courts, have been shown by a growing body of research to be a very effective means of reducing substance abuse, managing mental illness, and increasing the likelihood that people will remain in recovery and reintegrate into their communities as productive and contributing members., Online resource; title from PDF cover (viewed July 2022), Includes bibliographical references.
The Colorado Problem Solving Court Standards for DUI courts distinguishes between Colorado fundamental minimum standard practices and encouraged best practice standards. For all components, the Committee recognizes that the DUI Court may need to account for local circumstances beyond the immediate control of the DUI Court Team which may impact the full implementation of a fundamental or best practice., Online resource; title from PDF cover (viewed July 2022), Includes bibliographical references.
by Michelle Howard., The purpose of this training is for child welfare stakeholders to increase their awareness and knowledge of issues related to culture and bias and understand how these issues influence interactions, services, treatment and decisions in child welfare. Culture is the embodiment of who we are; how we live our lives; shared history and experiences; and our world views. Attention to characteristics of culture will increase stakeholders' understanding of their own perspectives and biases, as well as those of the families with whom they work. The training will also help stakeholders reflect on and understand the cultural needs and values of those families that are culturally different., Online resource; title from PDF title page (viewed April 2018)
The objective of parenting coordination is to assist high conflict parents in implementing court orders concerning allocation of parental responsibilities in a timely manner. The use of this role is reserved for those high-conflict parents who have demonstrated difficulty in making parenting decisions together, who are unable to comply with court-ordered parenting plans, who cannot or will not reduce their child-related conflicts, and those who are unable to protect their children from the impact of that conflict., "November 2007.", Description based on online resource; title from PDF caption (viewed January 2014)