Training Delivery - Webinar

APA's Final Fridays - Community Prosecution: Advanced Problem-Solving

Please join the Association for Prosecuting Attorneys for January’s Final Fridays webinar, “Community Prosecution: Advanced Problem-Solving”, to be held on Friday, January 31st from 3:00-4:00pm (EST). Multnomah County (Portland, Ore.) Assistant District Attorneys Wayne Pearson and James Hayden reprise one of the most popular sessions from this year’s 8th National Community Prosecution Summit in Philadelphia, Pa.

BJA/NCJA Pre-Grant Application Webinar: Project TEAM Helping Tribes and State and Local Governments Create Joint Jurisdiction Collaborations

Join an exciting webinar on tribal-state Wellness Court collaboration presented by founders Judge John Smith, formerly of District Court of Cass County, Minnesota, and Judge Korey Wahwassuck, formerly of the Leech Lake Band of Ojibwe Tribal Court. Their collaboration began in 2006 in response to high numbers of drunk driving fatalities. Together Judges Smith and Wahwassuck created the nation’s first Joint Jurisdictional Wellness Court.

NCJA Webinar: Strengthening Court Systems - Understanding State and Federal Resources

With state budgets tight, it is increasingly important for court systems to look outside of traditional legislative appropriations for funding and resources. Without adequate funding, the administration of civil and criminal justice suffers, producing not only diminished outcomes for court involved individuals but increasing system costs for related justice partners. This webinar, Strengthening Court Systems: Understanding State and Federal Resources, will highlight multiple grant opportunities available through State Administering Agencies (SAAs) and various federal partners.

NCJA Webinar: From Grant Funds to State Appropriations

While grant funding is ideally suited to seed promising initiatives, it can be very difficult to get initiatives funded at the city, county or state level. From Grant Funds to State Appropriations will highlight two statewide initiatives, the Illinois Redeploy initiative and Oregon’s network of Drug and Problem Solving Courts, that successfully used grant funds to seed, expand and evaluate programs that have now transitioned to state funding.

APA's Final Fridays Webinar: Using Data to Advance Equity, Accountability and Professionalism

Please join the Association for Procesuting Attorney's (APA) for their September Final Fridays webinar,"Using Data to Advance Equity, Accountability and Professionalism", to be held on Friday, September 27th from 3:00-4:00pm (EDT). The Prosecution and Racial Justice Program (PRJ) at the Vera Institute of Justice works with prosecutors to identify racial disparity in aggregate decision making.

NCJA State &Tribal Collaboration Webinar Series: Collaborative Approaches to Justice Information Sharing among Tribal, State, and Local Justice Agencies

Many jurisdictions across the country are working to improve sharing of vital justice information across jurisdictional and agency boundaries. Tribal, state, and local agencies are developing methods of sharing information related to management of sex offenders, homeland security, and child welfare issues. This webinar will highlight collaborative approaches to justice information sharing that respect tribal sovereignty and traditions while providing public safety to all citizens.

JRSA Webinar: Implementing Evidence-Based Practices in Community Corrections

Community corrections researchers and practitioners face many barriers when trying to implement evidence-based programs and practices in the field. This webinar offers some practical strategies for improving the implementation process and achieving better program results. James Bonta will describe the efforts of the research team at Public Safety Canada to develop the Strategic Training Initiative in Community Supervision (STICS) model and the large-scale, systematic steps taken to help ensure successful implementation of the program.

NCJA and BJA Webinar - Expanding Treatment: How the Affordable Care Act Can Impact Criminal Justice Systems

On March 23, 2010 President Barack Obama signed into law the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act (PPACA), more commonly known as the Affordable Care Act (ACA). Since this time, there has been great speculation on how implementation would not only impact the many uninsured, but also how access to health care services would impact our criminal justice system.

APA's July Final Fridays Webinar - Brady v. Maryland: Meeting Ethical Obligations through Brady Protocols and Brady Lists

Please join the Association of Prosecuting Attorneys (APA) for their July Final Fridays webinar, Brady v. Maryland: Meeting Ethical Obligations through Brady Protocols and Brady Lists, to be held on Friday, July 26th from 3:00-4:00pm (EST). This month’s webinar completes APA’s two part series on Brady issues. It will feature a presentation and discussion led by Robert Hood, APA’s Director of the Community Prosecution & Violent Crime Division, along with perspectives from three prosecuting entities from around the country.