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Talbot County Drug Court recognized - The Star Democrat - Easton, Maryland: Local

Talbot County Drug Court recognized

Posted: Friday, May 6, 2011 11:57 am

Talbot County Drug Court received a proclamation on May 3 from the Talbot County Council honoring their work and proclaiming the month of May as Drug Court Month in Talbot County. Drug Courts are specially supervised court dockets that handle cases of nonviolent substance abuse, using a combination of input from the judiciary, prosecution, defense bar, probation, law enforcement, mental health, social service, and treatment communities. They are statistically proven to significantly reduce drug use and do it less expensively than any other justice strategy. From left to right: First row: Captain Mark Waltrup, Easton Police Department; Chief George Ball, Trappe Police Department; Chief David Spencer, Easton Police Department; Lt. John Bollinger, Talbot Sherriff’s Department; Chief Miguel Dennis, St. Michaels Police Department. Second Row—left to right: Sheriff Dallas Pope, Talbot County Sheriff’s Department; Honorable Broughton M. Earnest, Talbot County Circuit Court; Scott Patterson, States’s Attorney for Talbot County; Glen Plutschak, Drug Court Coordinator; Henry Dove, Chief Trial Counsel for Talbot County Stateís Attorneyís Office; Lt. Steven Elliott, Easton Barracks Commander for Maryland State Police. Top Row left to right: Robin Davenport, Executive Director of CASA of Talbot County; Lynn Gurley, Supervisor of Family Centered Practice, Talbot County Department of Social Services; Gloria Dill, Director of Talbot County Addictions Program; Natalie Brooks, Student Services Worker, Office of Student Services Talbot County Board of Education; Roshanda Roberts, Drug Court Case Manager; Robbie Gill, Executive Director, YMCA of the Chesapeake: Nancy Labat, Director of Community Engagement, YMCA of the Chesapeake; Captain Leone Tillman, Talbot County Department of Corrections, Diane Irven, Clinical Case Manager, Talbot County Addictions Program; and Barbara Mitchell, Family Support Services Coordinator, Talbot County Circuit Court.

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