The drug courts in the region most commonly address crimes against property, domestic violence, and drug possession. Assessment at these altitudes was more effective if based on composite data from multiple mesohabitats rather than data from single mesohabitats.
Lunney and D. Research shows many of those arrested or incarcerated for drug offenses committed minor, nonviolent crimes or were simply charged with possession. Google Scholar Kingsford, R.
This report also presents a brief overview of where and how drug courts have been implemented in Latin America and the Caribbean to identify, to the extent possible, the different experiences and challenges faced by those countries. Quantitative approaches may also be required. Keywords This is a preview of subscription content, log in to check access.
Information about treatment standards and options available is scarce, but our research suggests most countries in the region lack the capacity to provide appropriate treatment to all program participants.
Google Scholar Sloane, P. The drug courts in the region most commonly address crimes against property and drug possession. Bradstock, T.
The information available suggests that few participants graduate from Caribbean drug courts. Title Drug Courts in the Americas Published.