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NCSC VP attending juvenile justice event

Nov. 22-25 | The Vice President of NCSC International is attending the opening event for the United Nations Development Programme's Juvenile Justice Project in Trinidad. 

Researchers reviewing Ind. risk/needs information

Nov. 23-26 | NCSC researchers are meeting with Grant County, Ind., stakeholders to learn how they use risk and needs assessment information at sentencing, and with state leaders on related training programs and the state information system. 

ICM director steering leadership discussion

Nov. 25 | The Director of ICM National Programs is presenting Leadership as a Competency for Court Professionals” at the New Jersey Staff College in Princeton, N.J.

New language access training available

A new interactive training program, The Language Access Basic Training Suite, provides an introduction to language access for all court employees. The project is funded by the State Justice Institute and supported by NCSC.

Preparedness key in public emergencies

A Texas Bench Book provides guidance on the role of courts during a public health emergency, like the small Ebola outbreak in Dallas. For additional resources, see the public health section on NCSC’s Emergency Preparedness page.

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NCSC's Knowledge and Information Services is here to assist you with any questions you have regarding a variety of topics from juvenile justice to language access to election law to veterans courts. Visit our topics page or call us at 800-616-6164 for more info.

NCSC hosting e-Courts conference in Las Vegas

NCSC is hosting the 2014 e-Courts conference in Las Vegas, Nevada from December 8-10, 2014.

ICM course provides steps to improve performance

The High Performance Court Framework informs court leaders of actions they can take to integrate performance improvement into ongoing operations.  Participants in this ICM course, which will take place will take place on December 9-11, 2014 at NCSC headquarters in Williamsburg, Va., will learn to build on those principles and solve business problems.

NCSC closed for holiday weekend

NCSC will be closed in honor of the holiday weekend, December 25-26, 2014.