July 12, 2017
  Presenters: Hon. Elizabeth Berns, Judge, King County Superior Court Elaina Roberts, Legal Director, Stalking Resource Center, National Center for Victims of Crime   Description: Research has shown that over 80% of victims who were stalked by an intimate partner were also physically assaulted by that partner. In addition, nearly 90% of femicide cases with a history of physical abuse also...
June 5, 2017
This webinar will discuss why reducing demand should be a centerpiece of any community's response to commercial sexual exploitation. The presenter will also discuss a unique coalition of prosecutors, service providers, advocacy organizations, and law enforcement in Seattle dedicated to ending commercial sexual exploitation by reducing sex buying. Learn some of the innovative tactics to reduce sex...
June 2, 2017
Presenters: Hon. Susan B. Carbon: Presiding Judge, 9th Circuit-Family Division, Manchester, NH   Hon. Rosemary Collins: Presiding Judge, Circuit Court Winnebago County, IL     Description: While the specifics of Coordinated Community Response (CCR) programs vary across communities, the premise is that coordination and integration of the justice system, human services, and advocacy responses to...
May 25, 2017
Presenters: Caroline LaPorte, National Indigenous Women’s Resource Center Nancy Hart, Senior Program Attorney, National Council of Juvenile and Family Court Judges Darren Mitchell, Consultant, National Council of Juvenile and Family Court Judges   Description: Tribal communities face a variety of unique obstacles to removing firearms from individuals who are prohibited from having them due to...
May 18, 2017
PART I Child Abuse, Neglect, and Domestic Violence: Dispelling the Myths, Enhancing Practice Date: May 3rd, 2017 Presenter: Jennifer Rose, Independent Consultant for NCJFCJ and Co-Director of Inspire Action for Social Change  This webinar will explore our preconceptions and myths about child welfare- involved families who are experiencing domestic violence. The interactive 90- minute webinar will...
May 18, 2017
PART I Beyond the Legalese: An Introduction to Family Court Date: March 16th, 2017 Presenters: Amanda Kay, Program Attorney, National Council of Juvenile and Family Court Judges, and Jennifer L. Woodson, Family Court Enhancement Project Coordinator, Multnomah County Circuit Court Weird vocabulary, intimidating procedures, and unfamiliar standards seem to be everywhere when you go to family court...
April 26, 2017
Is your community doing all it can to prevent firearms-related violence perpetrated by abusers in DV cases? Are you encountering challenges to implementing existing state, tribal, and federal firearms restrictions? Learn about strategies for effective implementation at all stages of civil and criminal domestic violence cases, as well as a new national project, the Firearms Pilot Site Initiative...
April 4, 2017
The Juvenile Drug Treatment Court (JDTC) Guidelines have been released! The Guidelines are based on current research and will serve as the framework for JDTCs now and in the future. The Guidelines, which are research-based, represent the next evolution of JDTC courts and will be a vital tool.  Join us for the three-part series to explore the Guidelines in these interactive online webinars as we...
February 6, 2017
A memorandum of understanding (MOU) is a critical document in establishing coordinated efforts in a school-justice partnership. An MOU is a multilateral agreement among multiple parties intended to express a common vision and line of action. MOUs in school-justicepartnerships represent a collective commitment among schools, courts, and other relevant agencies, to adhere to specific principles and...
November 10, 2016
Presented by: Judge Lynn Tepper of the 6th Judicial Circuit Court of Florida and Chris Newlin, MS LPC, Executive Director of the National Children's Advocacy Center   The National Council of Juvenile and Family Court Judges partnered with the National Children's Advocacy Center to create this webinar highlighting the importance of collaboration between children's advocacy centers (CACs) and the...

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