Registration is now open for each of three Wisconsin Department of Justice (DOJ) sponsored training sessions. The FREE Treatment Court Standards Trainings are intended only for new team members who have joined an established Wisconsin treatment court and who need standards training.

The one-day training is open to all of Wisconsin’s treatment courts, regardless of funding, and made possible FREE of charge by the WI Department of Justice (DOJ) through a Bureau of Justice Assistance (BJA) grant.

The training will highlight the major points of all 17 WI Treatment Court Standards and will have discipline-specific breakouts for new team members to discuss their specific roles on the team.

The trainings will be held in September in three locations around the state. To register, please click on one of the following location-specific links below:

Lodging is fully covered and available the night before the training for individuals who need it and who live or work (whichever is closer) more than 50 miles from the training location. Please be sure to read the lodging information carefully on the Cvent registration and let us know if you have any questions. You must secure your own lodging and provide a credit card for authorization, but the rooms will be fully covered by DOJ. Meals will be reimbursed at the state rate through a DOJ reimbursement form.

Space is limited, so please register as soon as possible if you know you will be attending this training. Please also forward this email to anyone who may be interested in this training.

Please NOTE: If you have a large number of new team members who need training, it would be best to wait and attend the FREE WI Treatment Court Training for Full Teams, tentatively scheduled for Spring of 2020.

Please direct questions to Sara Tupper, Heather Kierzek, or Renee Lushaj at the Wisconsin DOJ office.