Cost-Benefit Analysis of Wyoming’s Drug Courts Compared with Traditional Sentencing
Group: Wyoming Center for Criminal Justice Research
The Wyoming Survey & Analysis Center (WYSAC) is the state’s Statistical Analysis Center for criminal justice studies. WYSAC applied for and received funding from the Bureau of Justice Statistics under the State Justice Statistics Program1 to perform a comparative cost-benefit analysis of Wyoming’s Court Supervised Treatment (WyCST) programs and Wyoming Department of Corrections supervised offenders having similar criminal convictions. The court supervised treatment programs included in the study area Wyoming adult drug courts and adult DUI courts. The Wyoming Department of Health supported the project through a substantial contribution of matching funds.
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