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Civil and Criminal Protection Orders and the Role of Probation and Parole

Published: September, 2013| NCPOFFC, James E. Henderson Jr., MSW, Katherine Strickfaden

This webinar provides an overview of the role probation/parole officers play in keeping victims safe while highlighting supervision efforts that can be made by other allied professionals. Discussion… View this resource

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Custody - Challenges for Battered Women: Research & Practice

Published: August, 2013| Lenore Walker, Ed.D., Becki Truscott Kondkar, J.D.

Dr. Walker and Professor Kondkar discuss the challenges confronted by battered women as they consider whether to seek a custody/parenting time order from a court. In making decisions about mediation… View this resource

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The Servicemembers Civil Relief Act: Basics and Practice Tips

Published: August, 2013| Christine Zellar Church

This webinar focuses on the Servicemembers Civil Relief Act (SCRA) for attorneys and legal advocates who deal with military-related survivors of intimate partner violence. Participants gain a basic… View this resource

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Exploring Where to Stand on Stand Your Ground: Recent Changes in Self-Defense Laws and Implications for Victims of Battering

Published: July, 2013| Cindene Pezzell

Do “Stand Your Ground” (SYG) laws exclude victims of battering Are they particularly harmful to victims of battering who defend themselves Is the problem with the laws themselves or the application of… View this resource

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Domestic Violence Courts – Research and Practice

Published: July, 2013| Michael Rempel, Ph.D., Melissa Labriola, Ph.D., Liberty Aldrich, J.D., The Honorable Jeffrey Kremers, The Honorable Nancy Kessler, Margaret Drew, J.D.

Faculty explore the findings of the Center for Court Innovation's New York State Domestic Violence Court study. They answer questions about the NYS research, address the CCI National DV Court study… View this resource

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Firearms Surrender/Retrieval and Protection Orders: Research and Practice in North Carolina

Published: July, 2013| Beth Moracco, Ph.D., M.P.H.

Dr. Moracco review the findings and recommendations of Preventing Firearms Violence Among Victims of Intimate Partner Violence: An Evaluation of a New North Carolina Law. Judges in North Carolina… View this resource

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Part II: Stearns County Domestic Violence Felony Court: Keeping Victims Safe

Published: July, 2013| Janelle Kendall, Ann Cofell, Kim Salitros

In 2009, the Stearns County Domestic Violence Partnership opened the nation’s first repeat felony domestic violence court. While offenders are identified as appropriate for the Domestic Violence… View this resource

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Family Advocacy Programs in the Military Services

Published: June, 2013| Kathy Robertson, Martin Inman, Paulette Hubbert, Melvina Thornton, Pamela Collins, Rene Robichaux, John Reibling, Lolita Allen

This webinar helps the participant understand the infrastructure for military Family Advocacy Programs (FAPs), how each branch of the military implements FAP policies related to domestic violence, and… View this resource

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Part I: Stearns County Domestic Violence Felony Court: Holding Offenders Accountable

Published: June, 2013| Janelle Kendall, Becky Bales Cramlet, Lt. James Mortenson

In 2009, the Stearns County Domestic Violence Partnership opened the nation’s first repeat felony domestic violence court. The court identifies repeat felony domestic violence offenders at the initial… View this resource

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Recent Trends in Firearm Legislation and Case Law

Published: June, 2013| NCPOFFC, Jonathan Lowy

This webinar provides an overview of legislative changes and recent firearms case law including discussion of state specific implications and potential changes to the federal law. View this resource