Fight Corrupted Family Courts and CPS

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Protest the National Council of Juvenile and Family Court Judges

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Call and bring your evidence forward. Ask them to talk about CPS and family court corruption and how we can work together to fix this. Bring cases together. Ask for their fax and e-mail to send info. Let’s DO this!!!!!
‎74th Annual Conference
July 24-27, 2011  New York
(775) 784-6920
Conference Planning and Marketing Dept.
Conference Topics
• Firearms, Weapons and Schools
• Identifying and Responding to Elder Sexual Assault
• Juvenile Justice Performance Measures
• Ethics
…• A National Look at the Past, Present and Future of Family Drug Courts
• Tribal Engagement: From a Place of Honor and Respect
• Research on Family Court Issues
• Self-Represented Litigants
• Protective Orders and Animal Cruelty
• Trauma-Informed System of Care
• Evidentiary Issues in Elder Abuse Cases
• Juvenile Firesetting/Arson: A Review of Disposition Options
• No Wrong Door: NCJFCJ’s Multi-Court Collaboration
• Where is Evidence Leading Us Now? Current Trends in Research, Performance Measurement
and Program Evaluation
• Cultural Competence and the Courts
• Family Law Education Reform Project
• Getting What You Need from Custody Evaluations
• Adjudicating the Hidden Dimensions of Sexual Assault
• Judicial Actions that Enhance Protection for Immigrant Victims of Domestic Violence
• Ensuring Compliance in Civil Protection Orders
• Improving Court/Agency Communications via Data Sharing
• When Women Use Violence
• Case Law Update
• Online Learning for Juvenile Justice Professionals
• LGBTQ Youth and the Juvenile Justice System
• Evidence-Based Practice and Status Offenders
• Juveniles and Animal Cruelty: Serious Considerations
• Juvenile Detention Alternatives Initiative
• High Conflict Families
• It Takes a Circle: Chicago’s Healing Circle Project
• Crafting Effective Supervised Visitation Cases
• After Nicholson: Doing Better for Battered Moms
• What Does the Military Offer Children, Youth and Families in Crisis?
• Gender Matters: Unique Interventions for Girls
• Custody Evaluator’s Beliefs on Domestic Violence Allegations: Implications for the Bench
• Engaging Families in Child Welfare Services: Successful Strategies and Promising Practice for Courts
• Compassion Fatigue and Judicial Burnout
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Written by dawneworswick

July 20, 2011 at 7:12 pm

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