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Announcing a New Resource: Tribal Domestic Violence Courts/Dockets Webpage

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Announcing a New Online Resource:

Tribal Domestic Violence Courts and
Tribal Domestic Violence Dockets

The Tribal Domestic Violence Courts/Dockets webpage is devoted to providing information on tribal domestic violence courts and tribal domestic dockets. It also provides information on related resources such as: non-tribal specific domestic violence courts/dockets; domestic violence resources; and other TLPI publications and resources.

Features of this site include:
  • Resources that explain the benefits of developing tribal domestic violence courts and dockets
  • Information on how to implement a tribal domestic violence court or docket
  • Resources to educate systems and service providers on the dynamics of domestic violence in Indian country and the responsibility for the safety of victims and batterer accountability
  • Information relative to using a domestic violence docket or court to exercise the Violence Against Women Reauthorization Act of 2013 Special Domestic Violence Criminal Jurisdiction
  • Project-specific information and resources developed by TLPI, including:
 
 
See announcement on home page of Tribal Court Clearinghouse www.TLPI.org
1st listing on Clearinghouse "Program Resources" drop down list (see below)
 
 
Tribal Domestic Violence COURTS Fact Sheet (2017) discusses various tribal domestic violence court models; benefits of establishing a tribal domestic violence court; why a tribal community should consider establishing a tribal domestic violence court and how a tribal domestic violence court could benefit a tribe exercising the Violence Against Women Reauthorization Act (VAWA) 2013 regarding Special Domestic Violence Criminal Jurisdiction (SDVCJ) over non-Indians.
Tribal Domestic Violence DOCKETS Fact Sheet (2017) discusses positive outcomes from having domestic violence cases on a specific docket/day; why tribal domestic violence dockets are needed; benefits of establishing a tribal domestic violence docket; why a tribal community should consider establishing a tribal domestic violence docket and how a tribal domestic violence docket can benefit a tribe exercising the Violence Against Women Reauthorization Act (VAWA) 2013 regarding Special Domestic Violence Criminal Jurisdiction (SDVCJ) over non-Indians.
 
 
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