Protection Orders and Full Faith & Credit
A protection order is one tool a survivor can use to enhance their safety. However, the differences between jurisdictions can lead to challenges and barriers to protection order enforcement for a survivor. It is critical that all disciplines work together to ensure seamless issuance, service, and enforcement of orders within and between jurisdictions.
Most of these resources are provided by our National Center on Protection Orders and Full Faith & Credit, which provides technical assistance and support to professionals who issue, serve, and enforce protection orders. Contact or learn more about the National Center here.
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This statute is the full faith and credit provision of the Violence Against Women Act, 18 USC 2265 and the…CLASS: #Statute Guides and Matrices ,
Using Web-Based Technologies to Promote Safe Access to Protection Orders During Pandemics and Natural Disasters
Published by: LaJuan Epperson, Barbara Holmes, Jannet Okazaki, Kay Radwanski, Ruth Reichard During the COVID-19 pandemic, courts have been modifying…CLASS: #Webinar ,
Published by: Salma Elkadi, Sharon O'Brien, Deborah Rosenbloom This workshop will help advocates adopt a faith-sensitive lens and best practices…CLASS: #Webinar ,