Drug Courts pp 355-376 | Cite as

Probation Strategies

  • Helen Harberts


Probation is a key partner in the drug court model. All drug court team members should understand the basic concepts of community supervision, the process of carrying out local community supervision agency work, and the need for community supervision to provide a support for recovery and accountability in a program.


Criminal Justice Home Visit Treatment Provider Drug Court Probation Strategy 
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Authors and Affiliations

  • Helen Harberts
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  1. 1.Butte County District AttorneyOrovilleUSA

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