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Veterans & Family Court: The Family Law Veteran’s Diversion Program

Published: March, 2018| Honorable Lon Hurwitz and Kathleen West, DrPH

This webinar will examine the Family Law Veterans’ Diversion Program, Orange County (CA) Superior Court. Begun in 2010, this program is designed to address the unique needs of military veterans and… View this resource

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Assessing your Court’s Protection Order Process by NCPOFFC

Published: March, 2018| NCPOFFC webinar, presented by Sarah Henry

The Best Practice Assessment of the Civil Protection Order System is NCPOFFC’s free tool to assess a court’s protection order process. Join this webinar to learn about the steps involved in the… View this resource

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Mapping Gender: Shedding Empirical Light on Family Courts’ Treatment of Cases Involving Abuse and Alienation

Published: February, 2018| Joan S. Meier

What is really happening in the nation's family courts? This webinar discusses a national empirical study of custody courts' responses to domestic violence, child abuse, and parental alienation… View this resource

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The Science and Practice of Community-Informed Risk Assessment

Published: February, 2018| Neil S. Websdale, PhD and Greg Giangobbe, MA

This webinar explains the development of a community-informed risk assessment tool for use by law enforcement and advocates in cases of intimate partner violence. The Arizona Supreme Court recently… View this resource

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Understanding the Complexities of Sexual Violence Response

Published: January, 2018| Johnanna Ganz

This webinar is designed to introduce multi-disciplinary participants to the work of the Sexual Violence Justice Institute (http://mncasa.org/about-svji/) and explore the complexities of sexual… View this resource

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FY2017 Improving Criminal Justice Responses to Sexual Assault, Domestic Violence, Dating Violence and Stalking Program (ICJR): New Grantee Orientation

Published: January, 2018| Office on Violence Against Women

Presented by the Office on Violence Against Women. To view the ICJR FY 2017 NGO Webinar Checklist, click here (assets/icjr-fy-2017-ngo-webinar-checklist.pdf) . View this resource

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Honest Dialogue Needed: Responding to Gender-Based Discrimination on Campus

Published: January, 2018| Dr. Valyncia C. Raphael, JD and Anton Tripolskii, JD

The presenters are experienced in working with students, staff and the general public in preventing and responding to gender-based discrimination on campus. Professionals in the field—advocates, law… View this resource

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Introducing the Trauma-Informed Practice (TIP) Scales for DV Programs

Published: December, 2017| Lisa Goodman, PhD and Cris Sullivan, PhD

Over the past 15 years, domestic violence (DV) and sexual assault (SA) programs have worked tirelessly to bring a trauma-informed approach to their work. This, in turn, has generated a need for tools… View this resource

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

Published: December, 2017| Deborah Goelman, Amie Lewis, and Sarah Whitesell

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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Abusive Endings: Separation and Divorce Violence Against Women, a conversation with the authors

Published: October, 2017| Walter S. DeKeseredy and Molly Dragiewicz

The authors will discuss their recent book analyzing why and how men abuse women during and after a separation or divorce. They define separation violence broadly, as sometimes the separation is… View this resource