Domestic Violence

NCJFCJ Recognizes January as Human Trafficking Awareness Month

2020 Institute for New Juvenile and Family Court Judges

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The Institute for New Juvenile and Family Court Judges is designed specifically for state and tribal judicial officers who are new to the juvenile and family court bench or who are returning to the bench after other assignments and desire a refresher course.

Nevada District Court, Family Division Assessment Released

The Supreme Court of Nevada has announced the release of the final report for the Nevada District Court, Family Division Assessment.

Child Support When You're Afraid of the Other Parent

Do you want child support but are afraid of how your current or former partner/spouse/boyfriend/girlfriend may react to a child support case? Are you unsure about getting child support and want to know what protections are available from your local child support agency? If you do NOT want child support because of your concerns, do you want to know how to keep a case from being opened or close a case that is already opened?
You are not alone.

Teen Dating Violence: Cyber Abuse, Social Media, and the Courts

With more teens than ever using social media to connect with their friends, it is important that courts and court staff stay abreast of the latest trends and techniques used to abuse. Moreover, with nearly half of middle school students reporting they were victims of electronic dating violence, this webinar provides a better understanding of teen culture and the role technology plays in teen dating violence.

National Judicial Institute on Domestic Child Sex Trafficking

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NCJFCJ Recognizes 25 Years of the Violence Against Women Act, Supporting Reauthorization

The National Council of Juvenile and Family Court Judges (NCJFCJ) Board of Directors passed a resolution recognizing and honoring 25 years of the Violence Against Women Act (VAWA) and support for its reauthorization.