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Process Matters: Procedural Justice and its Impact on How Systems Respond to Domestic Violence

Published: August, 2018| Kate Wurmfeld

This training will provide a framework for improving access to justice in domestic violence cases through a procedural justice lens. The discussion will focus on the research underlying procedural… View this resource

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Removing Barriers for People with Disabilities Seeking Domestic Violence Restraining Orders

Published: August, 2018| Ashley Brompton

Individuals who seek domestic violence restraining orders already face a system that puts obstacles in their path. When a person has a disability, these obstacles present even more of a barrier to… View this resource

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We built a portal: How Multnomah County leveraged technology to better connect victims to the support they need

Published: August, 2018| Denise Pena

As offenders move through the criminal justice system, so do their victims. "It's not done just because the case is done" is a common challenge we hear in interviews with crime victims. In 2017… View this resource

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Extreme Risk Laws

Published: June, 2018| Kelly Roskam

This webinar is intended to inform individuals who work with survivors of intimate partner violence (IPV) about Extreme Risk Protection Orders, and provide an opportunity to explore the implications… View this resource

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Assessing and Responding to Men who Pose High Risk to their Intimate Partners

Published: June, 2018| David Adams

Founded in 1977, Emerge has pioneered effective and culturally relevant abuser education strategies as well as those for abusers in same-sex relationships. David Adams, Co-Director of Emerge, will… View this resource

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Protection Orders that Matter

Published: May, 2018| David Keck, JD

This webinar provides practical information for advocates, petitioners’ counsel, and the courts for approaching domestic violence protection orders that will have a positive impact in the lives of… View this resource

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Assessing Risk and Lethality for Parents and Children in Domestic Violence Cases

Published: May, 2018| Rebecca Thomforde-Hauser and Janice M. Rosa

Please join us for a webinar highlighting ways in which courts and judges can better understand and respond to domestic violence risk factors in civil cases, highlighting outcomes from a national… View this resource

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Promising Community Practices: The High At-Risk Team, Bristol County, Massachusetts

Published: May, 2018| Courtney Cahill, JD

The High At-Risk Team (HART) program of Bristol County, MA is an innovative community effort to focus resources on the most dangerous and repeat domestic violence offenders in order to keep victims… View this resource

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Should She Stay or Should She Go: Helping Domestic Violence Survivors with Interstate Cases

Published: May, 2018| Deborah Goelman, Esq. and Amie Lewis, MA

This webinar on basic interstate custody issues will provide participants with an overview of the various federal and state laws that govern interstate custody cases. It is designed for attorneys… View this resource

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“You Can’t Believe a Word She Says!”: Credibility Issues for Survivors of Violence with Mental Health and Substance Abuse Histories

Published: May, 2018| Rachel White Domain

Survivors who experience mental health or substance use conditions may not be believed when they seek help. These survivors may be experiencing the mental health effects of trauma and/or using… View this resource