As many of our offices continue to hold meetings and hearings using remote technology, there are many communication pieces that get lost or misinterpreted. This session is designed to help you conduct engaging and informative remote meetings while using different styles and types of effective communication.
MJI Videos - General
This webinar discusses how to effectively conduct a facilitative information-gathering conference. The following topics are addressed: domestic violence, how to effectively work with family law attorneys, use of Zoom, and how to properly complete forms FOC 124, 125, and FOC 89.
In this recording, learn how juvenile justice professionals across the state and the disciplines have shared how they have used their creativity to stay connected to, and instill hope in, system-involved youth and families. Also, learn how to be the “instrument of hope” in the face of the ongoing pandemic and the “new normal” moving forward.
This forum will introduce the Science of Hope and the cultural strategic framework that has been developed through extensive research.
This recording is Part 2 of an one-day training to review state and local emergency management systems, emerging public health threats, and applicable laws. The central focus is on the role of the courts in the event of an outbreak of a special pathogen.
The purpose of this course is to give tools to our frontline workers for peaceful interactions and how to respond to those whom are noncompliant. When an encounter escalates, what are the employee safeguards and options to avoid becoming a victim? There are verbal mechanisms, as well as physical stances, that should be available to our workers. The tools can be utilized not only in the workplace but also in everyday confrontational encounters.