WATCP

¬†Wisconsin Association of Treatment Court Professionals (WATCP) is a professional organization representing the interests of treatment courts in the State of Wisconsin. WATCP’s multidisciplinary membership includes judges, prosecutors, defense attorneys, court administrators, treatment providers, probation and community corrections officers, social service caseworkers, and other stakeholders in the field of treatment courts.

The core mission of the WATCP is to reduce substance abuse, crime and recidivism by promoting and advocating the establishment and funding of treatment courts and providing for collection and dissemination of information, technical assistance and mutual support to association members.

It is the design of the WATCP to associate with and/or work closely with other Wisconsin criminal justice or treatment organizations focusing on improving local justice system fmanagement and community corrections alternatives

WATCP 2016 STATE CONFERENCE HIGHLIGHTS

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Incoming President presents certificate of appreciation for Leadership and dedication to outgoing WATCP President, Carol Carlson at the Annual WATCP Board Meeting. Pictured L-R: Judge Elliott Levine; Former WATCP President, Carol Carolson; Current WATCP President, Emily Nolan-Plutchak; J.C. Moore, WATCP President-Elect.

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Judge Juan Colas accepts Plaque from WATCP President Emily Nolan-Plutchak at the 2016 WATCP State Conference in honor of the Dane County Drug Treatment Court’s 20th anniversary. Dane County was the first Treatment court in Wisconsin.

2016 WATCP Graduate Panel featuring Dane County Graduates

2016 WATCP Graduate Panel featuring Dane County Graduates

2016 Aulik Award Recipient, Patrick Isenberger (center), pictured with WATCP President Emily Nolan-Plutchak (L) and Judge Lisa Stark (R).

2016 Aulik Award Recipient, Patrick Isenberger (center), pictured with WATCP President Emily Nolan-Plutchak (L) and Judge Lisa Stark (R).