Maine Revised Statutes

§423. Reports

The Judicial Department shall report to the joint standing committee of the Legislature having jurisdiction over judiciary matters by February 15th annually on the establishment and operation of alcohol and drug treatment programs in the courts. The report must cover at least the following: [2013, c. 159, §8 (AMD).]

1. Training.  Judicial training;
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2. Locations.  Locations in which the alcohol and drug treatment programs are operated in each prosecutorial district;
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3. Participating judges and justices.  Judges and justices participating in the alcohol and drug treatment programs at each location;
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4. Community involvement.  Involvement of the local communities, including the business community and local service agencies;
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5. Education.  Educational components;
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6. Existing resources.  Use of existing substance abuse resources;
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7. Statistics.  Statistical summaries of each alcohol and drug treatment program;
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8. Collaboration.  Demonstration of the collaboration required under section 421, subsection 3, including agreements and contracts, the entities collaborating with the Judicial Department, the value of the agreements and contracts and the amount of financial assistance provided by each entity; and
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9. Evaluation of programs.  Evaluation of alcohol and drug treatment programs individually and overall.
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SECTION HISTORY
1999, c. 780, §1 (NEW). 2013, c. 159, §8 (AMD).