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State Drug Court Coordinator

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State Drug Court Coordinator

Arkansas Administrative Office of Courts


State Drug Court Coordinator

National Association of Drug Court Professionals


Arkansas , Inc.


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Arkansas Court Records | AR Court Dockets | Arkansas Background Check

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For more information about Arkansas drug courts, contact Carol L. Roddy , state drug court coordinator, at the Adminstrative Office of the Courts, (800) 950-8221.


www.katv.com

Carol Roddy, state drug court coordinator with the Arkansas Administrative Office of Courts, says five of the courts are in operation and that a total of 10 will have funding by this July.
Each of the 10 jurisdictions has been approved to receive $35,000 to hire a probation/intake officer. Also, Roddy says the courts will get a total of $1.5 million in state funding spread over the coming two years - $500,000 in the first year, $1 million in the second.


www.nadcp.org

Carol L. Roddy
State Drug Court Coordinator Arkansas Administrative Office of the Courts Justice Building, Suite 1100 625 Marshall St. Little Rock, AR 72201 Phone: 501.682.9400 Fax: 501.682.9410


www.villageronline.com

Carol L. Roddy, State Drug Court Coordinator said, "The programs truly are a success.
She says that because addiction is a chronic illness, like diabetes or heart disease, locking these individuals up is not going to solve the problem, it is simply costing taxpayers huge amounts yearly. Roddy said the drug court programs are very structured and must be adhered to by the accused person in order to complete the program and avoid a prison term and possibly a felony charge on their criminal record. In addition to the obvious benefits of the program over traditional incarceration, Roddy said the courts help participants obtain their GED, help them get their driver's license back as well as provide ongoing drug treatment options in the form of both group and community therapy.


2009 State Drug Court Conferences

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Carol Roddy


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