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Addressing Polyvictimization in Family Justice Centers and Multi-Agency Models

An analysis of the current literature reveals there sis no single definition of polyvictimization, but that polyvictimization is used to define the cumulative impact of diverse forms of traumas and victimizations on an individual. The... Read More

Annual Directors Pre-Conference Summary 2019

The Directors Leadership Pre-Conference brought together over 50 Family Justice Center Directors from around the world on March 18, 2019. Directors discussed emerging issues in the Family Justice Center (FJC) movement, brainstormed pathways to solutions,... Read More

Evaluation of Efforts to Implement No-Drop Policies – Two Central Values in Conflict, Final Report

This study was conducted in 2001 to determine if prosecution without the victim's cooperation is feasible with appropriate increases in resources. Researchers Smith, Davis, Nickles, and Davies found that many survivors thought that it was... Read More

Family Justice Center Legislation

This document contains language from Family Justice Center legislation passed in three states: California, Oklahoma, and Louisiana. FJC legislation defines Family Justice Centers; identifies best practices in partner agency roles, information sharing, and policies and... Read More

Crystal Judson Family Justice Center 2018 Annual Report

This annual report, produced by the Crystal Judson Family Justice Center, serves as a sample for FJCs looking to create their own annual reports. This document lists board members and community partners, expands on the... Read More