November 9, 2017
Presenters: Sean Bear, 1st, Consultant, Native American Indian and Alaska Native Addiction Technology Transfer Center Honorable Kim McGinnis, Ph.D., Esq., Chief Judge, Pueblo of Pojoaque Tribal Court Dr. Anne Skinstad, Clinical Professor & Director, Native American Indian and Alaska Native Addiction Technology Transfer Center   Description: Opioids are decimating communities across the nation...
November 2, 2017
Presenters:Honorable Kim McGinnis, Ph.D., Esq., Chief Judge, Pueblo of Pojoaque Tribal Court Ansley Sherman (Muscogee Creek), Program Attorney, National American Indian Court Judges Association Description:Understanding both psychopharmacology and addiction is very important for professionals who work with people struggling with substance abuse. Working with addicts can be be difficult, because...
November 1, 2017
Presenters: Leslye Orloff, Adjunct Professor, Director, National Immigrant Women's Advocacy Project  Judge Lora Livingston, 261st District Court, Austin, TX Danielle Scott Wiley, Senior Policy Advisor, U.S. Department of Homeland Security (DHS) Amy Cucinella, Policy Advisor, U.S. Department of Homeland Security (DHS)   Description: As the numbers of immigrant family violence victims accessing...
October 30, 2017
Presenters: Nancy Hart, JD, Senior Program Attorney, National Council of Juvenile & Family Court Judges Darren Mitchell, JD, National Council of Juvenile & Family Court Judges Consultant   Description: Communities across the country face a variety of obstacles to removing firearms from individuals who are prohibited from having them due to civil protection orders (CPOs) or criminal...
October 13, 2017
  Presenters: The Honorable Marshall Murray, Milwaukee County District Court Jennifer White, JD, Program Director for Curriculum Development and Program Design, Futures Without Violence    Description: Teen sexting is still a hot topic and remains a difficult matter for courts to address.  What are the harms and possible legal implications of this behavior and how might it overlap with dating...
October 5, 2017
A webinar hosted by the National Council of Juvenile and Family Court Judges in collaboration with the Center for Court Innovation.   This webinar will explore adolescent brain development and the effects of trauma from domestic violence. Participants will learn about different factors that contribute to youth outcomes, including consideration of exposure to multiple types of violence (e.g.,...
September 22, 2017
Presenter: Carlene Gonzalez, Ph.D., Senior Policy Analyst, NCJFCJ This webinar will offer the audience a platform to discuss: (a) Differences between practice-based evidence versus evidence-based practices; (b) Current literature on commonly used practices among domestic violence and child protection professionals; and (c) Resources available to organizations interested in evaluating their...
September 22, 2017
CQI is a process that can help juvenile justice organizations, including Juvenile Drug Courts, use their own data to continually improve services with the goal of achieving the best possible outcomes for youth. Regularly assessing the team and program’s performance is the only way to know how current practices are impacting the quality of services and outcomes produced. By incorporating CQI, JDTC...
August 11, 2017
Presenters:Judge Elizabeth J. Berns, King County Superior CourtElaina Roberts, JD., Stalking Resource CenterIan Harris,  JD,  MA, NNEDV Description:The vast majority of people interact with technology on a daily basis. While technology can present ways for offenders to track, surveille, and monitor victims, technology itself is not the problem. As technology advances, so will a stalker’s ability...
July 28, 2017
Presented by: Victoria Sweet, JD, National Council of Juvenile and Family Court Judges Are you interested in learning how courts are valuing tradition while recognizing trauma? Join us for a free webinar to hear how trauma-informed courts can improve outcomes for Native youth and families! Research continues to clarify how traumatic experiences negatively impact the way traumatized people...

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