Initiatives

National Institute of Corrections Evidence-Based Decision Making Initiative

Pew-MacArthur Results First Initiative

The State CJCC is currently supporting the implementation of the Pew-MacArthur Results First Initiative, which is a joint project of the Pew Charitable Trusts and the John D. and Catherine T.

Treatment Alternatives and Diversion Program (TAD)

The Treatment Alternatives and Diversion program was established by 2005 Wisconsin Act 25 to support county efforts that provide treatment and diversion programs for non-violent adult offenders for whom substance abuse was a contributing factor in their criminal activity.

Wisconsin Treatment Court Standards Trainings

In 2014, the State CJCC Problem-Solving Courts Subcommittee supported a BJA Adult Drug Court Discretionary statewide grant to develop and provide multiple statewide, regional trainings based on the Wisconsin Treatment Court Standards. Through this grant, the Wisconsin Department of Justice, the Wisconsin Association of Treatment Court Professionals (WATCP), and the Director of State Courts Office are collaborating to provide training on the Standards for treatment courts across the state.