Technology offers courts a crucial commodity—information—that can help criminal justice agencies make better and quicker decisions, communicate with partner agencies (prosecutors, defense attorneys, social service agencies) and track case outcomes. By building state-of-the-art computer applications, the Center for Court Innovation seeks to speed case processing and improve accountability, ensuring that offenders comply with sanctions and that all partners are on the same page.
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The Center for Court Innovation, with the support of the Bureau of Justice Assistance, has launched a new National Drug Court Online Learning System. The system offers free access to web-based drug court training, including video lessons by experts in the field, virtual site visits of drug treatment courts around the country, interviews with practitioners, and a resource library of documents and reference tools.
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