County Juvenile Drug Court
– 2013 Fiscal Year
249 Drug Screens were administered to
Drug Court Probationers (through Drug Court or random drug screens at school).
Out of the 249 Drug Screens
administered, 22 screens were positive for an illegal substance.
Approximately 425 hours of Community
Service Work was completed by Drug Court participants.
The average time frame for completion of
Drug Court is approximately one year.
The number of individuals requiring
state level supervision from Drug Court for this fiscal year – Two.
The number of individuals requiring long
term residential treatment from Drug Court for this fiscal year – Four.
The proudest number for Bradley County Juvenile Drug
Court - out of 17 active participants, 12 have successfully completed all
probationary guidelines/criteria and have graduated the drug court program. The
remaining five probationers will graduate the drug court program during next
2007-2008 Statistics of Note
182 Drug Screens were administered by the
Drug Court. Thirty-five showed positive for a banned substance (19%) That is down 10% from last year (29%)
Thirty-one of the 35 positive screens were for marijuana
Eleven participants received either their high school diploma or GED.
Drug Court Participants completed 428 hours of community service.
The average Drug Court Graduate completes the program in 395 days.
The programs graduation rate stands at 69% with 60% being the goal in the grant.
Drug Court’s retention rate currently sits at 73%.
The Office of Criminal Justice Programs recently audited the program and found no findings.
The recidivism rate of graduates currently stands at zero.
The statistic we are the most proud of: Nine participants have successfully completed the program.