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A Practical Guide for Creating Trauma-Informed Disability, Domestic Violence, and Sexual Assault Organizations

Download here: A Practical Guide for Creating Trauma-Informed Disability, Domestic Violence, and Sexual Assault Organizations Accessibility,Certifications,Confidentiality,Courts,Civil Legal System,Criminal Justice,Culturally Specific,Data,Dating Violence,Deaf/Hard of Hearing,Disabilities,Domestic Violence,Elder Abuse,FAQs,Financial,Grant Administration,Human Trafficking,Language Access,Law Enforcement,Legal Services,LGBTQ+,Match,New Administrator,Nondiscrimination,Planning Committee,Prosecution,Protection Orders,Sexual Assault,Stalking,Subgrantees,Trauma,Tribes,Underserved Populations,VAWA,Victim Services
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STOP TA Clinic: 6/28/21 Prosecution with AEquitas Attorney Advisor John Wilkinson

Prosecution of domestic, dating and sexual violence, and stalking is central to the STOP Grant Program. This clinic featured John Wilkinson, an Attorney Advisor with Aequitas and former prosecutor from Fredericksburg, Virginia, who assisted STOP administrators in addressing challenges and questions that arise regarding the STOP Implementation Planning process. Mr. Wilkinson discussed a range of ….  Read More
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Webinar: Improving Access to Courts Through Technology: Innovative Ideas for the STOP Formula Grants Courts Set-Aside

The 5% courts set-aside is the smallest allocation category within the STOP Formula Grants Program, and STOP administrators may find it challenging to identify projects that are both impactful and affordable. Given that many state and local courts around the country have not yet had the opportunity to upgrade technological features that can provide opportunities ….  Read More
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Webinar: Strategies for Maximizing the 5% Courts Allocation Under the STOP Formula Grants Program

The STOP Formula Grants Program provides a 5% set-aside for courts. STOP Administrators and STOP Planning Committees must determine how to utilize these funds to best address needs, challenges, and gaps through state, tribal, and local courts. Any funding strategy developed for the Courts allocation must consider how to ensure court participation in STOP-funded activities, ….  Read More
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