NADCP Holds Groundbreaking Criminal Justice Panel
On Friday, June 1, NADCP convened an historic discussion examining the Reconstruction After the War on Drugs. As a national leader in the criminal justice field, NADCP brought together the principal minds in evidence-based practices to craft a well-considered plan on reconstruction and begin building a coordinated and comprehensive approach to criminal justice.
NADCP Chief of Science, Law and Policy, Dr. Doug Marlowe, moderated the discussion and presented his Annals of Research and Knowledge (ARK), a visionary map of a post-War on Drugs criminal justice system that places interventions such as Drug Court and HOPE along a continuum based on an individual’s risk/need assessment and where that individual is in the criminal justice system. "We need to start thinking about risk and need and where people are in the system because the legal standards, the available resources, and what can and should be done for each person change based on whether someone is at the pre-trial stage, the post-conviction stage or the reentry stage," Marlowe said.
NADCP Chief of Science and Law Doug Marlowe Presents the Annals of Research and Knowledge (ARK)
(L) West Huddleston, CEO, NADCP, Alexandria, Virginia; (R) Hon. Steven Alm, First Circuit Court and HOPE, Oahu, Hawaii
(L) Robert DuPont, President, Institute for Behavior and Health, Inc., Rockville, Maryland; (R) Melody Heaps, President, TASC INC, Chicago, Illinois
(L) Timothy Murray, Executive Director, Pretrial Justice Institute,
Washington, DC; (R) Chris Lowenkamp, Probation Administrator,
Office of Probation and Pretrial Services, U.S. Probation, Washington,