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National Judicial Network Webinar – Familial Trafficking: What Research Tells Us About Risk and Opportunity

On June 6, 2022, the National Council of Juvenile and Family court Judges (NCJFCJ) held a webinar in partnership with National Immigrant Women’s Advocacy Project (NIWAP) on a State Justice Institute (SJI) funded project on…

Reducing Demand for Child Sex Trafficking

Who buys sex from children, and why? Tens of thousands of children are sexually exploited every year in the United States. According to the National Center for Missing and Exploited Children (NCMEC), there were 21.4…

Moving Beyond the "Honor System": Effective Strategies to Prevent Prohibited Abusers' Access to Firearms

During this webinar, participants will learn about: The factors that render firearm surrender requirements an ”honor system” with no real accountability Practice tips and strategies to move from an “honor system” to a “Culture of…

National Crime Victims' Rights Week 2019

To commemorate National Crime Victims’ Rights Week, April 7–13, the NCJFCJ will connect this year’s theme—Honoring Our Past. Creating Hope for the Future–to the Linking Systems of Care Guiding Principles to celebrate the progress made…

Immigrant Survivors of Domestic And Sexual Violence in Your Courtroom: Family Court and Civil Protection Order Cases

This webinar for judicial officials will provide an overview of how immigration issues related to domestic violence intersect with civil proceedings. At the end of this webinar, participants will be better able to: Explain the…

Immigrant Survivors of Domestic/Sexual Violence in Your Courtroom: Introduction to the Immigration System and Status Options

This webinar for judicial officials will provide an overview of the immigration system and the status options for victims of domestic and sexual violence through a discussion of the basic avenues to immigration status and…

NCJFCJ's 10 Steps for Presenting Evidence in Court

When you go to court, you will give information (called “evidence”) to a judge who will decide your case. This evidence may include information you or someone else tells to the judge (“testimony”) as well…

Stalking, Part II: Technological Misuse in Intimate Partner Violence Cases

The vast majority of people interact with technology on a daily basis. While technology can present ways for offenders to track, surveillance, and monitor victims, technology itself is not the problem. As technology advances, so…

The Essential Elements for Providing Trauma-Informed Services for Justice-Involved Youth and Families

Using the 8 essential elements for a trauma-informed approach in juvenile justice settings, this webinar will review necessary considerations when providing support services for justice-involved youth and their families. Building on these essential elements, panelists…