National Center for DWI Courts

The National Center for DWI Courts (NCDC) is a non-profit organization that provides training, technical assistance, and research support to improve the effectiveness of DWI courts in the United States. NCDC works with judges, court staff, prosecutors, defense attorneys, and treatment providers to develop and implement evidence-based strategies to reduce recidivism among impaired driving offenders. The organization also advocates for policies and funding that support the expansion of DWI courts and promotes public awareness of the impact of impaired driving. Overall, NCDC plays a critical role in reducing the social and economic costs of impaired driving through the use of problem-solving court models.

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