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Records, NICS index under review in Hawaii

Apr. 20-26 | NCSC researchers are reviewing Hawaii’s BJA grant-funded program, designed to improve the submission of prohibiting records to the NICS Index and other federal criminal databases in Honolulu.

Researcher discussing Red Hook evaluation

Apr. 22-24 | An NCSC researcher is discussing the Red Hook Community Justice Center evaluation at the Community Court Conference in San Francisco, Calif.   

Staff attending summit on prescription drug abuse

Apr. 22-24 | A Court Consulting Services (CCS) staff member is attending the National Prescription Drug Abuse Summit in Atlanta, Ga. The summit is the largest national collaboration of professionals and advocates affected by prescription drug abuse.

CJS Director presented award of excellence

Paula Hannaford-Agor, the director of NCSC's Center for Jury Studies, was presented the 2014 Ohio Jury Management Association (OJMA) Award of Excellence today during the OJMA Annual meeting in Columbus, Ohio.

N.H. implements civil justice initiative

In many courts, civil litigation has become too time-consuming and too expensive. New Hampshire has become one of the first states to enact changes in civil procedure rules, which are intended to streamline the litigation process.

Courts issue warning about scams

Several state court systems have issued warnings to the public about widespread email and phone scams falsely telling people they are named in a court case and must pay money or turn over private information.

IAWJ biennial conference gives guests difference perspectives

The International Association of Women Judges is holding its biennial conference May 6-9, 2014, in Tanzania, East Africa. Participants at the conference have the benefit of hearing voices from many different perspectives.

ICM course incorporates technology in latest course

Court technology professionals will find this course helpful in increasing their understanding of court functions and operations as well as learn how technology can be used in all of the National Association for Court Management's core competencies. The course takes place May 13-15, 2014, at NCSC headquarters in Williamsburg, Va.

NCPJ spring conference in Vail, Colo.

The National College of Probate Judges (NCPJ) is holding its spring conference May 14-18, 2014, in Vail, Colo.