North Central Problem-Solving Court Graduation and Celebration

North Central Problem-Solving Court Graduation and Celebration

Thursday, April 22, 2021

Spring’s Newest Graduates!

MEDIA ADVISORY: North Central Problem-Solving Court Graduation and Celebration


WHAT:                  The North Central Problem-Solving Court team would like to announce the graduation of two recent participants. These graduates have worked very hard to reach graduation status, and we are proud to honor them by acknowledging their achievements. Please join us to celebrate the accomplishments of the graduates.


WHO:                   Judge Mark Kozisek


WHEN:                 Monday, April 26, 2021

                                9:00 a.m.


WHERE:               Holt County District Court

                                Holt County Courthouse

                                204 North 4th Street

                                O’Neill, NE 68763


WHY:                    For problem-solving court graduates, the ceremony marks the completion of an intensive program of comprehensive behavioral health treatment, intensive community supervision, and full accountability. 

Problem-Solving courts are an alternate route through the criminal justice system for nonviolent drug-related offenders, which utilize a specialized team process that functions within the existing court structure. The courts are designed to achieve a reduction in recidivism and substance use among individuals with substance use disorders. The court’s goal is to protect public safety and increase the participant’s likelihood of successful rehabilitation by utilizing validated risk and need assessments, early and individualized behavioral health treatment, frequent and random chemical testing, incentives, sanctions, and other rehabilitative and ancillary services.


HOW:            For interviews or additional information, please contact Doug Stanton, North Central Problem-Solving Court Coordinator, at (402) 340-3461 or



This is an Adult Drug Court graduation. For more information, visit the Problem-Solving Court webpage: