Join WATCH on Thursday, November 20th at 11:30am central time* for its webinar training Communicating with Court Personnel.
This workshop will look at providing direct feedback, information and suggestions to criminal justice system staff. Should you call or write a judge? How do you tactfully tell a prosecutor when you think they could have handled something differently? What do you do when a clerk has been rude to a victim? This workshop will offer concrete, practical advice and is appropriate for court monitoring program staff and volunteers as well as advocates and citizen groups.
The cost is $35 for National Association of Court Monitoring Program members and $50 for non-members. To register, visit http://www.watchmn.org/ Questions? Email email@example.com or call (612) 341-2747 x7.
A webinar is a presentation transmitted over the web. All you need is a phone and access to the internet. Upon registration you will be provided with access codes. *9:30 a.m. Pacific, 10:30 a.m. Mountain, 12:30 p.m. Eastern
Join WATCH and advocates from across the country for a one-hour web seminar on Monitoring the Civil Order for Protection Process. This webinar examines ways you can improve your civil order for protection process (also known as restraining order or protection from abuse hearings) through court monitoring. Using WATCH's groundbreaking 2004 Order for Protection Court Study, we will look at the positive impact WATCH was able to make in the Hennepin County order for protection process. Strategies included monitoring individual cases and working with system personnel to prompt improvement. This is an interactive presentation packed with tips, resources and strategies - you don't want to miss it! Contact Anna Light for more information and to register, firstname.lastname@example.org or (612)341-2747 x7.
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