The Karuk Tribe, in partnership with Tribal Justice Support, Office of Justice Services, U.S. Department of the Interior–Indian Affairs, is hosting an online Domestic/Family Violence Advocacy training January 25-26, 2022.
Domestic/Family Violence Advocacy Training– January 25-26, 2022
Because Violence is Not Traditional
Are you, or someone you love, experiencing domestic/family violence? Do you present domestic/family violence cases in tribal court? Gain direct knowledge from experienced tribal court judges, legal practitioners, and powerful interactive exercises. Attend one or both days from any place with internet access via Zoom.
Day 1 is open to all and includes: • What is domestic/family violence? • Recognize the warning signs. • How and where to get help. • Obtaining a protective order.
Day 2 focuses on presenting domestic violence matters in tribal court including court arguments and witness examination.
Identifying dangerous persons across jurisdictions can help prevent needless tragedies. Keeping firearms away from persons who are legally prohibited from purchasing firearms requires collaboration across many jurisdictions—including tribal governments. NCAI will be hosting a webinar on NICS, featuring a presentation from JoAnn Garrison, Liaison Specialist from the FBI NICS Business Unit. The webinar will provide an overview of NICS and the ten federal firearm prohibitions, and then explain how tribes can access and use NICS to protect tribal citizens form illegal gun possession. The discussion will primarily focus on the two federal prohibitions specific to domestic violence: the Misdemeanor Crime of Domestic Violence federal prohibition, 922(g)(9), and the Protection Order federal prohibition, 922(g)(8). Attendees will gain knowledge of the role they play in sharing information needed to determine if a firearm transfer is disqualified under federal law as well as highlight the importance of sharing record information on a national level.