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process evaluation of the Clark County Domestic Violence Court

Randall Kleinhesselink

process evaluation of the Clark County Domestic Violence Court

by Randall Kleinhesselink

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Published .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Family violence -- Law and legislation -- Washington (State) -- Clark County,
  • Victims of family violence -- Washington (State) -- Clark County

  • Edition Notes

    StatementRandall Kleinhesselink and Clayton Mosher.
    ContributionsMosher, Clayton James.
    The Physical Object
    Pagination32 leaves ;
    Number of Pages32
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL17619721M
    OCLC/WorldCa55129633

    Projects. On this page you can access all the descriptions of completed projects and projects currently underway at NPC Research. In the search field, enter a title or key word, or from the drop-down menu choose an NPC staff member, a topic area, a status (complete or current), or a geographic location or jurisdiction (i.e., TR = Tribal). ii Key Terms Related to the Study Domestic Violence Court Coordinator – an individual within the Ada County Domestic Violence Court model who acts as an arm of the court, and is responsible for a number of tasks including.

      Amy Mastin is a hearing master who presides over Clark County’s civil Domestic Violence Court. She previously worked in the juvenile division of Clark County District Attorney’s Office and has been in private practice, where she “focused exclusively on Family Law.” Mastin has raised $5, and has $2, on hand. When offered on a Domestic Violence offense, in most cases, required conditions involves attendance at a Domestic Violence Treatment Program. If all conditions are met, and there are no further law violations, the charges are dismissed with prejudice at the end of the two year period.

      NRS is the Nevada law prohibiting battery domestic violence (BDV) — intentionally inflicting unlawful physical force on current or former spouses, dating partners or certain family members. A first offense is usually a misdemeanor, carrying fines, 48 hours of community service, 6 months of counseling, and no BDV becomes a felony if there was strangulation, deadly Author: Amy A. Clark County Prosecuting Attorney Domestic Violence Unit - () Center for Women and Families () or () National Domestic Violence Hotline SAFE (24 hour / toll-free) Indiana Coalition Against Domestic Violence, Inc. County Registry of Protection Orders Clark County Sheriff ()


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Process evaluation of the Clark County Domestic Violence Court by Randall Kleinhesselink Download PDF EPUB FB2

Protection Orders A protection order is a court order that requires someone to stay away from you because of domestic violence, stalking, harassment, or other kinds of behaviors. There are different protection orders available through different courts in Clark County.

Find the protection order that sounds like it might apply to you, then visit one of. In Clark County, guardianship cases are decided at the Regional Justice Center, a division of the Clark County District Court, located at Lewis Avenue.

The process includes petitioning the court, notifying the potential individual and family members, identifying the potential individuals resources, and stating the reason guardianship is needed. The Family Self-Help Center and Temporary Protective Order Office will merge at a new building at the Clark County Family Court at N.

Pecos Road. The facility will be completed sometime next : Jaclyn Schultz. DOMESTIC VIOLENCE OFFENDER MANAGEMENT BOARD STANDARDS FOR TREATMENT WITH COURT ORDERED DOMESTIC VIOLENCE OFFENDERS A PROCESS EVALUATION A Report of Findings per 16A Report of Findings per (4)(IV) C.R.S(4)(IV) C.R.S.

May Prepared By: Jesse Hansen Office of Domestic Violence and Sex Offender Management File Size: 2MB. In Clark County, DV cases initiate at the district court level and are heard by "specialized" DV judges. If a defendant has a pending domestic relations action in superior court, or if a domestic relations action arises during the pendency of a domestic violence no-contact order, the superior court cedes to the district court judge.

Courts: Circuit and Superior Courts, ; various suburban municipal courts, ca. ; Domestic Relations Division, present: Available Indexes: Circuit Court and Superior Court, both plaintiff and defendant indexes (microfilm), Divorce Division index (microfiche), Our Domestic Violence Class has been written by a Certified Domestic Violence Specialist (CDVS-1) to meet national standards and is recognized by courts and organizations that allow distance learning.

The Course For Violence program provides meaningful content intended to meet court, legal, or employer requirements. DV Manual for Judges Washington State Administrative Office of the Courts Appendix A-1 APPENDIX A Domestic Violence Evaluations and Assessments1,2 Appendix A is an overview of issues3 related to domestic violence (DV) evaluations that may appear before the courts: criminal, civil, family law, dependency, or juvenile courts.

See the Washington State Legislature Statute here: RCW ChapterDomestic Violence. Additional Resources and Links. Domestic Violence Hotline: Provides 24 hour, toll-free information about shelter and alternatives to domestic violence.

Washington Law Help. Self-help resources about domestic violence issues in Washington State. Domestic violence is the leading cause of injury to women between the ages of 15 and 44 in the U.S. - more than car accidents, muggings, and rapes combined. Battered Women are more likely to suffer miscarriages and to give birth to babies with low birth weights.

63% of the young men between ages 11 and 20 who are serving time for homicide have. Despite the Clark County District and Superior courts all but shutting down except for a handful of proceedings, petitions for anti-harassment and.

SUPERIOR COURT OF THE STATE OF WASHINGTON FAMILY COURT SERVICES King County Courthouse Third Avenue, Room W Seattle, WA [email protected] DOMESTIC VIOLENCE ASSESSMENTS As a result of the Domestic Violence petition, Family Court Services has been ordered to complete. Tours of the Domestic Violence Courthouse are offered to children in 9th grade and up and adults, from 9 a.m.

– 12 noon, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday and Friday: offered when court is in session limited to persons age 13 (ninth grade) and older. Anne-Marie Schwerin, YWCA Walla Walla; Kathryn Cohen YWCA Clark County, Deidre Evans Lifewire King County, Debbie Gonzalez New Hope Grant County, Abigail Mott YWCA Yakima, Stephanie Barr YWCA Clark County.

Last but not least, a special thanks to the staff at the Washington State Coalition against Domestic Violence for sharing their expertise. Domestic Violence Courts Read A National Portrait of Domestic Violence Courts (pdf, pages).

Domestic violence cases involving spouses and other intimate partners often entail complex processes that require careful consideration by the criminal justice system. External links. Office on Violence Against Women, a unit of the U.S. Department of Justice that seeks to raise awareness and support training and services responding to incidents of domestic violence, dating violence, sexual assault, and stalking.; Center for Court Innovation, a nonprofit think tank that develops problem-solving courts, including domestic violence courts.

Curbing violence in Clark County homes through an intelligent application of knowledge and expertly facilitated domestic violence (DV) treatment programs. Participating in the coordinated community response to this issue. Ensuring evaluations provide the valuable information stakeholders need to curb violence in the home.

Before the court date, we file a motion to modify or rescind (lift) the order. That motion will contain the evaluation mentioned above and give the judge a more complete picture of your case. Having an evaluation from a state certified domestic violence treatment provider can give the court a lot of information it would otherwise not have and.

domestic violence risk, including information shared between the court and stakeholder agencies. Identify the statutory framework for risk assessment in your jurisdiction, including civil protective order petitions, civil or criminal laws, and civil proceedings.

Complete the How To Implement Domestic Violence Risk Guide for Judges Sheet. Request for Domestic Violence Restraining Order: DV Description of Abuse: DV Request for Child Custody and Visitation Orders: DV Request for Order: No Travel With Children: DV Notice of Court Hearing: DV Temporary Restraining Order (CLETS - TRO) DV Response to Request for Domestic Violence Restraining Order.

Two judges along with often the same group of prosecutors and public defenders oversee the vast majority of domestic violence cases in Clark County, and it could all being coming to an end. Use this to help decide which court to use. Basic Steps in a Family Offense Petition Case Learn about the basic steps in Family Court domestic violence case from filing to trial.

Filing a Family Offense Petition Read about how to start a Family Court domestic violence case. Get ideas about what to write when you fill out the court papers.the domestic violence commissioner in clark county usually makes a determination about a tpo based on the application, but may set a hearing.

whereas in washoe county, the domestic court master personally interviews all protection order applicants. domestic violence c ase in nevada a generic overview prepared by the urban group llc 10/01/