The DCAS Basic Training is recorded into nine recordings to be viewed in numerical order and sorted by content. The DCAS Basic training is for newer users of DCAS and those wanting a refresher on its basic use. Viewers will learn the icons to navigate the DCAS pages, build simple and multivariable study groups, run simple descriptive statistics and interpret their output, and run performance measures on their program. Viewers of this training should have had a DCCMIS training prior and access to the DCAS component. Materials described in the training can be found here.
5-Survival Analysis Output
7-Building Study Groups
This is a recording of the Problem-Solving Court Certification Process Training on April 3, 2018. Topics include certification of problem-solving courts under statute; the types of programs that have an upcoming certification site visit; provisional certification and cycles; how to achieve certification; the certification process before, during, and after the site visit; and a click-by-click tutorial on completing a certification application in WebGrants.
Have you ever wondered how Michigan’s Ignition Interlock program works and what the law says? In this webinar, you’ll learn about the ignition interlock law in Michigan’s drug/DWI statute and its companion legislation in the Motor Vehicle Code, and the history of interlocks, how they work, and requirements for a court to participate in the Ignition Interlock program in Michigan.
Creating a new problem-solving court? Unsure if it should be regional or standalone? In this webinar, you will learn about the differences between regional and standalone problem-solving court programs and how to determine which way your program should go.
Michigan’s Swift and Sure Sanctions Probation Program is changing probationers’ lives for the better. But what is it, and how does it work? This webinar goes over the history of Swift and Sure; key concepts for program success; eligibility criteria; and day-to-day operations including court hearings, supervision, drug testing, and sanctions following violations.