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In 2015, the Family Violence Task Force held a one day training on September 16th at the New York State Judicial Institute entitled, “Understanding the Ties that Bind: Judicial Responses to Domestic and Sexual Violence.” The courses offered were: The Power of Language in Domestic and Sexual Violence Proceedings; Trauma and Domestic Violence; Implementation of State and Federal Firearms Laws; and Ethical Issues Facing Jurists in Domestic Violence Cases.
To keep up to date on all of our OFVC training seminars, please visit Domestic Violence Forms and Petitions Family Offense Forms and Petitions Court Help DIY Forms – Uncontested Divorce, Custody/Visitation, Child Support, Guardianship and More NYC Mayor’s Office to Combat Domestic Violence The NYC Mayor’s Office to Combat Domestic Violence (OCDV) collaborates closely with government and nonprofit agencies that assist domestic violence victims and operates the New York City Family Justice Centers in the Bronx, Brooklyn, Manhattan and Queens, with a Family Justice Center opening in Staten Island in spring of 2016.
A training for the 3rd District was held on April 12, 2016, and included, in addition to the sessions mentioned above, a presentation on the consequences of immigration law in domestic violence cases and the role of technology in DV and IDV courts.
In 2003, Chief Judge Judith Kaye made the implementation of IDV courts a statewide initiative.
Judges who sit in DV and IDV courts attend training every year.
For a British bloke, the idea of walking up to a woman on the street, mid-afternoon, entirely sober and having to chat her up with the aim of getting her phone number is a living nightmare.
Committing armed robbery or heading on holiday to northern Syria would be less terrifying.catching up with friends over coffee, popping into shops, heading to fashion week events, and generally displaying no inclination to want to be bothered by men who are paying good money to learn how to bother them.
In addition, in April 2016, the OFVC produced a program called Firearms and Domestic Violence.