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Meth Precursor Tracking Systems
BJA recently released a solicitation for a program to support states in their efforts to set up methamphetamine precursor tracking systems and to encourage and support planning for interconnectivity between state systems. BJA recently made an award of $500,000 to the Institute for Intergovernmental Research (IIR) to: 1) provide proactive, comprehensive, user-friendly training and technical assistance (TTA) services; 2) administer federal funds including pass-through or subcontract arrangements; 3) develop uniform protocols for the assessment and delivery of TTA, as well as tracking, evaluation, and follow-up; 4) use TTA strategies that include developing tools and resources for grantees, such as distance learning, peer-to-peer consultations, onsite technical assistance, and ongoing technical assistance by phone and e-mail; and 5) plan and host national meetings. More information on this program will soon be available.

Rebecca Rose
Senior Policy Advisor/Director, NTTAC
202-514-0726
E-mail: Rebecca.Rose@usdoj.gov

Drug Courts: An Effective Strategy for Communities Facing Methamphetamine, (NCJ 209549), Bureau of Justice Assistance, C. West Huddleston III, May 2005. This Bulletin provides an overview of the debilitating effects of methamphetamine, the program components of a drug court, examples of successful drug court programs in areas deeply affected by methamphetamine use, and policy recommendations for implementing a drug court that will target a methamphetamine-using population.
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Reentry of Methamphetamine-Using Offenders into the Community: Identifying Key Strategies and Best Practices for Community Corrections, BJA-Sponsored, October 2010. This report offers the community corrections field baseline data to understand some of the obstacles and lessons learned regarding supervision of methamphetamine-using offenders.
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