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03/31/16
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Trauma Series: Part I - Understanding Trauma and Its Effects

This 20-minute segment provides a brief overview of trauma and its effects on child and adolescent development and includes information on the adverse childhood experiences study.

03/31/16
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Trauma Series: Part II - Creating Conditions of Healing

This 15-minute segment focuses on how NCJFCJ has applied an understanding of trauma and its effects to create the conditions of healing that can be promoted within juvenile and family courts. The core components of…

03/31/16
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Trauma Series: Part III - Creating a Trauma-Responsive Court System

This 30-minute segment takes the information from parts I and II and applies it to creating a trauma-responsive court experience. This segment summarized lessons learned and recommendations from the NCJFCJ’s trauma consultation experience with more…

03/16/16
Webinar
Three Prong Approach to Incentives and Sanctions

This webinar training will explore a three-prong approach to implementing effective, strength-based incentives and sanctions in your juvenile drug court. We will discuss and learn about ways to implement individual responses to: clean/dirty urine analysis,…

03/16/16
Webinar
Team Member Transition in Juvenile Drug Courts

New judge, new coordinator, new therapist… court professionals often transition on Juvenile Drug Court (JDC) teams. A change in team dynamics can be challenging when an established collaborative process is in place. To maintain cohesion…

03/16/16
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Juvenile Drug Courts (JDC) 101

During this interactive online workshop, we will discuss the foundations of a well-built juvenile drug court (JDC). We’ll explore the purpose of this special docket and how it aims to address some challenging system issues.…

02/29/16
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The Family Court Enhancement Project - Part IV of IV: Reflections from Delaware

Four courts were awarded federal funding from the Office on Violence Against Women to participate in the Family Court Enhancement Project. We heard from the Fourth Judicial District Court in Minneapolis, MN, in September, the…

02/11/16
Webinar
The Family Court Enhancement Project - Part II of IV: Reflections from Multnomah County Circuit Court

Four courts were awarded federal funding from the Office on Violence Against Women to participate in the Family Court Enhancement Project. We heard from the Fourth Judicial District Court in Minneapolis, MN, in September, and…

02/11/16
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The Family Court Enhancement Project - Part III of IV: Reflections from Cook County

Four courts were awarded federal funding from the Office on Violence Against Women to participate in the Family Court Enhancement Project. We heard from the Fourth Judicial District Court in Minneapolis, MN, in September, and…

02/11/16
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Domestic Violence and Firearms: Part I

The presence of firearms in a domestic violence case drastically raises the risk of lethality for female victims of domestic violence. Participants in this webinar will explore the many reasons why knowledge of federal firearms…

10/21/15
Webinar
Current Court Research and Its Implications for Domestic Violence Victims

The Self-Represented Litigant Phenomenon: Implications for Justice Seekers and Justice Providers in Domestic Violence Cases, presented by Julie McFarlane, JD and LLM, Independent Consultant for the NCJFCJ and Distinguished University Professor and Professor of Law…

09/11/15
Webinar
The Family Court Enhancement Project - Part I of IV: Reflections from Hennepin County, Minnesota

Minnesota’s Fourth Judicial District is one of four sites awarded federal funding from the Office on Violence Against Women to participate in the Family Court Enhancement Project. This presentation’s goal is to share the strategies…