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Home Administration Court Services Problem Solving Courts Colorado Peer Review Process
Colorado Peer Review Process

                                                      

The Colorado Peer Review Process (CPRP) is for any Problem Solving Court program in operation for at least one year.

The Peer Reviewers: Peer Reviewers are trained practitioners currently working in a problem solving court.  Reviewers typically consist of at least two people including a judge and coordinator, treatment or clinical staff, probation, SCAO staff, case managers, attorneys and other practitioners as appropriate.  A Peer Review Team will be matched to your specific program.  

Why You Should Participate: The CPRP, developed with NPC Research, will help programs understand their strengths and opportunities for improvement while aligning with the Colorado Problem Solving Court Standards and best practices. These standards are research-based, organized on the foundation of the 10 Key Components of Drug Courts, and include guidelines for enhancing policies and practices.

  • It’s Free!
  • A chance for both the program and peer reviewers to learn from each other and exchange ideas
  • Build a network of professionals working in problem solving courts
  • Gauge and receive feedback on how your program is implementing the Colorado Problem Solving Court Standards and best practices

Want to be a Peer Reviewer but haven’t been trained yet?  Contact: Katie Hecker or Amy Kingery (email addresses below).

 

For more information please contact kathryn.hecker@judicial.state.co.us or amy.kingery@judicial.state.co.us

 

 



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