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In Practice, a podcast of the Center for Court Innovation, focuses on the work of practitioners—those who are working on the ground to make things better for people touched by the justice system.

Latest Episodes

Taking Stalking Seriously: A Conversation with Jennifer Landhuis

In the U.S., six to seven and a half million people are victims of stalking every year. Nearly one in six women and one in 17 men have experienced stalking victimization at some point in their lifetimes. In this episode of In Practice (https://www.courtinnovation.org/publications/stalking-landhuis), Rob Wolf discusses stalking in the context of domestic violence and intimate partner violence with national expert Jennifer Landhuis, director of the Stalking Prevention, Awareness, and Resource Center (SPARC). They talk aboutwhat stalking is, why it's so dangerous, and what's being done among advocates and legal practitioners to address it. Recorded on April 10, 2020. This project was supported by Grant No. 2015-TA-AX-K023 awarded by the Office on Violence Against Women, U.S. Department of Justice. The opinions, findings, conclusions, and recommendations expressed in this publication are those of the author(s) and do not necessarily reflect the views of the Department of Justice, Office on Violence Against Women.

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Taking Stalking Seriously: A Conversation with Jennifer Landhuis

Courts Respond as COVID-19 Fuels Rise in Domestic Violence

The news is filled with stories about a rise in domestic violence spurred by the COVID-19 pandemic. This comes as courts reduce operations to abide by public health restrictions. Yet practitioners in courts across the U.S. are committed to responding to—and reducing the incidence of—domestic violence. On this episode of In Practice, we hear from four of those practitioners, who discuss the challenges courts and communities are experiencing and how the justice system is adapting.

--APR 10
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Courts Respond as COVID-19 Fuels Rise in Domestic Violence

COVID-19 and the Challenge for Court-Involved Families

Family Court, which addresses complex issues involving some of the most vulnerable populations, is not exempt from the effects that COVID-19 are having on court operations across the country. Many judiciaries are closing courthouses, reducing or delaying hearings, or conducting business remotely. Family Court is limited to “essential” business, and Kate Wurmfeld, our director of Family Court Operations, talks about the challenges and changing circumstances for families dealing with remote hearings, coordinating visitation, and accessing services. This episode recorded on 3/24/2020.

--MAR 27
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COVID-19 and the Challenge for Court-Involved Families

Drug Courts in the Time of COVID-19

As we work urgently to adjust our programs in New York to meet the COVID-19 pandemic, our expert assistance team is also working with drug treatment court practitioners across the country. Our director of Treatment Court programs, Annie Schacher, discusses advice for practitioners to help them prepare and brainstorm alternatives to help participants maintain sobriety, even when the courts and treatment programs are closed, and check-ins can no longer take place in-person.

--MAR 21
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Drug Courts in the Time of COVID-19

Recognizing Risks to Children as Victims of Domestic Homicide: From Awareness to Court and Community Collaboration

In this episode of In Practice, Kathryn Ford, the Center for Court Innovation’s director of Child Witness Initiatives, discusses child homicide in the context of domestic violence with Dr. Peter Jaffe, a psychologist at Canada's Western University and an expert on children’s exposure to domestic violence. Among the topics they cover are the prevalence of child domestic homicide, the indicators of a high-level of risk to children, and the implications for justice-system practitioners.

--MAR 12
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Recognizing Risks to Children as Victims of Domestic Homicide: From Awareness to Court and Community Collaboration

Working with Domestic Violence Offenders: How Some Probation Departments are Taking a Holistic Approach

Domestic violence cases present challenges to probation departments. Supervising and monitoring offenders requires an understanding not only of the dynamics of domestic violence but the crime’s impact on the entire community. For this episode of In Practice, Rob Wolf speaks with James Henderson, a former probation officer and a consultant with the Battered Women's Justice Project, and Aeron Muckala, a corrections agent for the Minnesota Department of Corrections in Bemidji, Minnesota. They discuss how probation departments are meeting the challenges of these difficult and often high-risk cases.

--2019 DEC 19
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Working with Domestic Violence Offenders: How Some Probation Departments are Taking a Holistic Approach

An Introduction to In Practice

In Practice, a podcast of the Center for Court Innovation, focuses on the work of practitioners—the people working on the ground to make things better for people touched by the justice system.In Practice will home in on the nuts and bolts, taking a deep dive into a specific program or initiative, focusing on the practical challenges and rewards of introducing a reform or a new idea, and getting the story from the people on the front lines who are leading by example.

--2019 DEC 6
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An Introduction to In Practice
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Latest Episodes

Taking Stalking Seriously: A Conversation with Jennifer Landhuis

In the U.S., six to seven and a half million people are victims of stalking every year. Nearly one in six women and one in 17 men have experienced stalking victimization at some point in their lifetimes. In this episode of In Practice (https://www.courtinnovation.org/publications/stalking-landhuis), Rob Wolf discusses stalking in the context of domestic violence and intimate partner violence with national expert Jennifer Landhuis, director of the Stalking Prevention, Awareness, and Resource Center (SPARC). They talk aboutwhat stalking is, why it's so dangerous, and what's being done among advocates and legal practitioners to address it. Recorded on April 10, 2020. This project was supported by Grant No. 2015-TA-AX-K023 awarded by the Office on Violence Against Women, U.S. Department of Justice. The opinions, findings, conclusions, and recommendations expressed in this publication are those of the author(s) and do not necessarily reflect the views of the Department of Justice, Office on Violence Against Women.

27 MIN1 w ago
Comments
Taking Stalking Seriously: A Conversation with Jennifer Landhuis

Courts Respond as COVID-19 Fuels Rise in Domestic Violence

The news is filled with stories about a rise in domestic violence spurred by the COVID-19 pandemic. This comes as courts reduce operations to abide by public health restrictions. Yet practitioners in courts across the U.S. are committed to responding to—and reducing the incidence of—domestic violence. On this episode of In Practice, we hear from four of those practitioners, who discuss the challenges courts and communities are experiencing and how the justice system is adapting.

--APR 10
Comments
Courts Respond as COVID-19 Fuels Rise in Domestic Violence

COVID-19 and the Challenge for Court-Involved Families

Family Court, which addresses complex issues involving some of the most vulnerable populations, is not exempt from the effects that COVID-19 are having on court operations across the country. Many judiciaries are closing courthouses, reducing or delaying hearings, or conducting business remotely. Family Court is limited to “essential” business, and Kate Wurmfeld, our director of Family Court Operations, talks about the challenges and changing circumstances for families dealing with remote hearings, coordinating visitation, and accessing services. This episode recorded on 3/24/2020.

--MAR 27
Comments
COVID-19 and the Challenge for Court-Involved Families

Drug Courts in the Time of COVID-19

As we work urgently to adjust our programs in New York to meet the COVID-19 pandemic, our expert assistance team is also working with drug treatment court practitioners across the country. Our director of Treatment Court programs, Annie Schacher, discusses advice for practitioners to help them prepare and brainstorm alternatives to help participants maintain sobriety, even when the courts and treatment programs are closed, and check-ins can no longer take place in-person.

--MAR 21
Comments
Drug Courts in the Time of COVID-19

Recognizing Risks to Children as Victims of Domestic Homicide: From Awareness to Court and Community Collaboration

In this episode of In Practice, Kathryn Ford, the Center for Court Innovation’s director of Child Witness Initiatives, discusses child homicide in the context of domestic violence with Dr. Peter Jaffe, a psychologist at Canada's Western University and an expert on children’s exposure to domestic violence. Among the topics they cover are the prevalence of child domestic homicide, the indicators of a high-level of risk to children, and the implications for justice-system practitioners.

--MAR 12
Comments
Recognizing Risks to Children as Victims of Domestic Homicide: From Awareness to Court and Community Collaboration

Working with Domestic Violence Offenders: How Some Probation Departments are Taking a Holistic Approach

Domestic violence cases present challenges to probation departments. Supervising and monitoring offenders requires an understanding not only of the dynamics of domestic violence but the crime’s impact on the entire community. For this episode of In Practice, Rob Wolf speaks with James Henderson, a former probation officer and a consultant with the Battered Women's Justice Project, and Aeron Muckala, a corrections agent for the Minnesota Department of Corrections in Bemidji, Minnesota. They discuss how probation departments are meeting the challenges of these difficult and often high-risk cases.

--2019 DEC 19
Comments
Working with Domestic Violence Offenders: How Some Probation Departments are Taking a Holistic Approach

An Introduction to In Practice

In Practice, a podcast of the Center for Court Innovation, focuses on the work of practitioners—the people working on the ground to make things better for people touched by the justice system.In Practice will home in on the nuts and bolts, taking a deep dive into a specific program or initiative, focusing on the practical challenges and rewards of introducing a reform or a new idea, and getting the story from the people on the front lines who are leading by example.

--2019 DEC 6
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An Introduction to In Practice
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