March​ ​18-19,​ ​2019:​ ​Las Vegas, NV​ ​”National Conference of Juvenile and Family Court Judges Annual Conference” (SJI and Judicial Training Network)

The following are the training materials from two workshops conducted at the National Conference of Juvenile and Family Court Judges Annual “Special Immigrant Juvenile Status: Latest Tips, Tools, Bench Book and Best Practices for Judges” and “At-Risk Youth Caught in the Vortex: The intersection Between Human Trafficking, Immigration Policies, and Trauma-informed Services for Commercially Sexually Exploited Children

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Training Materials: 

“Special Immigrant Juvenile Status: Latest Tips, Tools, Bench Book and Best Practices for Judges” PowerPoint Slides

Human Trafficking Vortex Panel Vignette

Also see our full library of State Justice Institute supported materials for courts at:  http://niwap.wpengine.com/training-manual-for-courts-table-of-contents/ 

SJI and Judicial Training Network Training Materials updated 3.1.19

 Special Immigrant Juvenile Status, Child Abuse & Protective Battered Immigrant Parents:

Public Benefits

Materials from the Human Trafficking Vortex Panel: 

NCJFCJ

Voices from the Bench: Judicial Perspectives on Handling Child Sex Trafficking Cases

Domestic Child Sex Trafficking Series

Interstate Commission for Juveniles:  

https://www.juvenilecompact.org

ICJ’s Best Practice reference sheet on Responding to Human Trafficking Victims Within ICJ

ICJ’s Bench Book for Judges & Court Personnel

National Immigrant Women’s Advocacy Project (NIWAP)

NIWAP Web Library of materials relevant to cases involving immigrant crime victims

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