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Identifying&Promoting Promising Practices in Juvenile&Family Courts to Address Child Sex Trafficking

Identifying and Promoting Promising Practices in Juvenile and Family Courts to Address Child Sex Trafficking

The National Council of Juvenile and Family Court Judges (NCJFCJ) is accepting applications from judicially led stakeholder groups to receive targeted technical assistance. Whether you are in the initial stages of bringing together a collaborative stakeholder group to address child sex trafficking or you have already implemented commercial sexual exploitation (CSE) specialty docket in your justice system, NCJFCJ has a unique opportunity to assist your community.

The NCJFCJ, with funding from the NoVo Foundation, is pleased to announce that we are seeking applications from juvenile and family court sites or court collaboratives to receive targeted training and technical assistance (TTA).


Who Should Apply

Juvenile and family court sites and court collaboratives with intentions to start new programming, a specialty docket, or a court for CSE youth. This could include, for example, court sites or collaboratives that are working with a multidisciplinary team to implement evidence-based or promising practices for youth who are court-involved and/or youth who experience commercial sexual exploitation. For the selected courts, the targeted technical assistance they will receive is described in the Targeted Technical Assistance Protocol is available here: Microsoft Word - CSE Targeted TA Protocol_4.1.2021_PAC&Staff edits.docx (


How to Apply

If you are interested in receiving targeted TTA please click the link below to complete an online application. If you have difficulty completing the online application, download the Word version below and submit it via email to Wendy Schiller, MPM, Senior Program Manager, NCJFCJ at

Applications are due by Friday, May 21, 2021.

For questions about the application or targeted TTA protocols, please email Wendy Schiller at




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