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Problem Solving Courts

Tribunales para la resolución de problemas

Drug Court Advisory Committee

The New Mexico Supreme Court recognized the need for centralized operational and financial oversight of the state's growing number of drug court programs and issued an order in February 2003 establishing the New Mexico Drug Court Advisory Committee (DCAC) as a permanent committee.

That order identified several of DCAC's responsibilities, including creation of a set of drug court standards for the state's programs (completed in January 2004). The Order also directed DCAC to: develop a five-year strategic plan, with annual updates, for ancillary programs that includes goals and objectives, including access to such programs in all courts by more offenders, and a schedule of when federal funding will be sought and lost for the programs, and when the legislature will be asked to take over program funding (completed in January 2006), and address future drug court issues as they arise.

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