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Working With Tribal Communities to End Sexual Violence: Some Innovative Strategies. Claudia J. Bayliff Project Attorney National Judicial Education Program Legal Momentum NAICJA October 2012. Topics Covered. The Collaboration The Understanding Sexual Violence Program Lessons Learned

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working with tribal communities to end sexual violence some innovative strategies

Working With Tribal Communities to End Sexual Violence: Some Innovative Strategies

Claudia J. Bayliff

Project Attorney

National Judicial Education Program

Legal Momentum

NAICJA

October 2012

topics covered
Topics Covered
  • The Collaboration
  • The Understanding Sexual Violence Program
  • Lessons Learned
  • Funding Resources
the collaboration
The Collaboration
  • Tulalip Tribal Court
    • Chief Judge Theresa Pouley
    • Court Director Wendy Church
  • Tulalip Tribes
  • NJEP
  • The Oregon Sexual Assault Task Force
the understanding sexual violence program
The Understanding Sexual Violence Program
  • Preparation
  • Faculty
    • Chief Judge Theresa Pouley-Moderator
    • NJEP Faculty
      • Lynn Hecht Schafran
      • Claudia J. Bayliff
    • Professor Sarah Deer
    • Janine D’Anniballe, Ph.D.
    • Tulalip Tribes Faculty
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The Understanding Sexual Violence Program
  • Agenda (Two-Day Program)
    • Violence Against Native Women
    • Trauma and Healing
    • Offenders
    • Intimate Partner Sexual Abuse
    • Jury Selection & Key Legal Issues
    • Accountability & Tribal Traditions
    • Tribal Community Resources
    • Tribal Capacity Building
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The Understanding Sexual Violence Program
  • Resource Materials
    • Participants’ Notebook
      • Program materials
      • Additional resources
    • NJEP Materials
    • Sharing Our Stories of Survival: Native Women Surviving Violence, edited by Sarah Deer, Bonnie Clairmont, Carrie A. Martell, and Maureen L. White Eagle (2008)
lessons learned
Lessons Learned
  • Participants’ high rates of victimization
    • Allow processing time
    • Have resources available
  • Lots of preparation time required
  • Need to address capacity building
  • Need to provide resources
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Lessons Learned
  • Keys to success:
    • Tribal leadership
    • Multidisciplinary participation
    • Collaboration
funding resources
Funding Resources
  • Office on Violence Against Women (OVW) Grants for Tribal Courts
    • Court Training and Improvements Program Grants
    • Grants to Encourage Arrest
    • Rural Grants (if it meets rural eligibility criteria)
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Funding Resources
  • Other Office on Violence Against Women (OVW) Grants
    • Grants to Tribal Governments Program (if program is incorporated into Tribal government’s application)
    • Coordinated Tribal Assistance Solicitation (CTAS)
      • Purpose Area 6: Sexual Assault
contact information
Contact Information

Claudia J. Bayliff

Project Attorney

National Judicial Education Program

Legal Momentum

101 Lounsbury Place

Falls Church, VA 22046

(703) 532-1134

cjbayliff@cox.net