Technology-Enabled Domestic Violence

This webinar series is for judges only, and presented at no cost. The $199 tuition will be fully funded by an NJC scholarship.

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Days & Times

9 a.m. Hawaii / 11 a.m. Alaska / Noon Pacific / 1 p.m. Mountain / 2 p.m. Central / 3 p.m. Eastern
Duration: 75 minutes

Course Location

Online

Course Fees

This webinar series is for judges only, and presented at no cost. The $199 tuition will be fully funded by an NJC scholarship.

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June 8, 2022

Abuse has gone digital.

This statement is particularly relevant in the field of domestic violence, with the National Domestic Violence Hotline reporting a 101% increase in digital abuse calls in the last 2 years. Given the ubiquity of technology in our lives, this statistic is expected to continue to rise.

This reality has carried over to family law courtrooms, where Judicial Officers and court staff must now contend with allegations of online impersonation, unauthorized account/device access, cyberstalking, online harassment, violations of court orders via technology and more. Today, it is critical that courts are able to navigate those situations where technology is misused to inflict harm and subvert court orders.

Tuition

This webinar series is for judges only, and presented at no cost. The $199 tuition will be fully funded by an NJC scholarship. $0

What will I learn?

During this course, you will learn to:

  • Determine why domestic violence victims are at high risk of technology-enabled abuse,
  • Recognize and verify common ways technology-enabled abuse manifests in domestic violence cases,
  • Identify and respond to pandemic trends and emerging issues,
  • Explain technology-enabled abuse in universally understood terms to parties and avoid confusion


Faculty: Mr. Adam Dodge, Founder, EndTAB (Ending Tech-Enabled Abuse)  – A frequent speaker and lecturer at universities and national conferences, he spends a great deal of his time delivering innovative technology-enabled abuse trainings and presentations. His work is characterized by his dedication to addressing the existing and future threats posed by technology to victims of crime and gender-based violence.

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This statement is particularly relevant in the field of domestic violence, with the National Domestic Violence Hotline reporting a 101% increase in digital abuse calls in the last 2 years. Given the ubiquity of technology in our lives, this statistic is expected to continue to rise.

This reality has carried over to family law courtrooms, where Judicial Officers and court staff must now contend with allegations of online impersonation, unauthorized account/device access, cyberstalking, online harassment, violations of court orders via technology and more. Today, it is critical that courts are able to navigate those situations where technology is misused to inflict harm and subvert court orders.

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