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Municipal Court Court Staff Training

  • Different Work - A First Course in Effective Supervision

    Free Course offered by the National Center for State Courts

    Training Description: This self-paced course is designed for new supervisors who want to learn how to become effective managers. Faculty take you step-by-step through a process leading to a foundation of principles that guide you to become effective in your new management role doing "categorically different work.”

  • 2014 Strategies Dealing With Challenging Personalities (NACE 2014 Winter Webinar)

    Free Recorded Webcast (January 16, 2014)

    Training Description: This training focuses on the foundations of challenging behavior, steps to be proactive in avoiding problems, and being responsive in dealing with problems.

  • 2015 Managing Tough Conversations with Confidence, Control, and Accountability (NACE 2015 Fall Webinar)

    Free Recorded Webcast (October 22, 2015)

    Training Description: Ms. Bullard will discuss various methods that build your confidence to address disruptive employees' behaviors. She will explore how to keep your emotions in check when dealing with difficult employees, as well as how to control the situation and gain employees' concurrences with recommended corrective actions.

  • 2017 Insights into the Sovereign Citizen Movement

    (Recorded August 31, 2017)

    Training Description:The sovereign citizen movement is experiencing a resurgence in the United States as illustrated by the Bundy standoff and other recent events. This course will provide information on the complex, conspiracy theory fueled, antigovernment beliefs held by sovereign citizens as well as information on the background and growth of the movement. The “paper terrorism” employed by movement adherents will be detailed, along with examples of the more extreme and violent tactics employed by sovereign citizens that have resulted in murder of criminal justice personnel. Ways to identify sovereign citizens and tips on handling encounters with them will also be explored.

  • 2017 Nevada Legislative Review 2017

    (Recorded September 28, 2017)

    Training Description: The 79th session of the Nevada Legislature concluded on June 6, 2017. There were 522 Assembly Bills and 555 Senate Bills introduced during the 120-day session. Please join Ben Graham, Esq. and John McCormick for an interactive webinar as they guide you through the bills that may impact the courts.

  • 2017 Maintaining the Integrity of Criminal Records

    (Recorded June 20, 2017)

    Training Description: In an effort to maintain the integrity of criminal records, the Nevada Department of Public Safety (DPS), General Services Division (GSD), Records, Communications and Compliance Division (formerly General Services) will focus on the importance of criminal record maintenance and how it impacts the criminal justice community. The goal is to further enhance that balance of information sharing by gathering important information to enable DPS to better serve the community as a whole. Based on feedback from a presentation on this subject at the limited jurisdiction judges winter seminar, this session will focus on specifics identified as needing extra attention.

  • 2017 JCSN Court Administration Committee Legislative Review 2017

    (Recorded June 20, 2017)

    Training Description: During this training, faculty will discuss 2017 legislative changes that will impact Nevada court administration. 

  • 2017 Understanding and Preventing Vicarious Trauma and Compassion Fatigue in the Court Community

    (Recorded May 23, 2017)

    Training Description: We are individually and collectively affected by trauma through the work we do each day. We are traumatized by what we see, hear, and read and by the questions we must ask and the answers we receive. Most of us have lived with the message that “if we care enough, we’ll tough it out.” We are learning very quickly that we have been deceiving each other and ourselves with such a mantra. In fact, the toll that trauma takes is significant and serious. As representatives of the courts, we cannot be delinquent in tending to our needs while embracing our roles as public servants.

  • 2017 Substance Abuse in the Court Community

    (Recorded April 6, 2017)

    Training Description: During this interactive session, Kay Engler, Esq., will discuss the meaning of addiction, how it affects those in the court and legal community and those on the bench in particular. Ms. Engler will also help you explore questions such as, What are our duties to report substance abuse? What are we seeing on the bench? How do you handle certain situations that arise in and around your courtroom? Where do you get help and what more, if anything, needs to happen?

  • 2017 Domestic Violence in the Digital Age: Part 2 - Evidentary Issues

    Free Recorded Webinar (March 21, 2017)

    Training Description: Social media and technologies have become interwoven in the lives and communication of families and interwoven into domestic violence, familylaw, and protection order cases. In the conclusion of this 2-part series, Ian Harris, JD, will discuss the evidentiary issues surrounding this technology.

    This project was supported under 2016-VAWA-61 awarded by the state administering office for the STOP Formula Grant Program and the Office on Violence Against Women, U.S. Department of Justice. The opinions, findings, conclusions, and recommendations expressed in this publication/program/ exhibition are those of the author(s) and do not necessarily reflect the views of the state or the U.S. Department of Justice, OVW.

  • 2017 Nevada Appellate Courts 2016 Criminal Opinions Review

    Free Recorded Webinar (March 7, 2017)

    Training Description: Faculty will review and provide commentary on criminal opinions published by the Nevada Appellate Courts in 2016.

  • 2017 Domestic Violence in the Digital Age

    Free Recorded Webinar (January 17, 2017)

    Training Description: Social media and technologies have become interwoven in the lives and communication of families and interwoven into domestic violence, family law, and protection order cases. The presenter will discuss the wide range of technology, such as spoofing and spyware that can be misused to cause harm.

    This project was supported under 2016-VAWA-61 awarded by the state administering office for the STOP Formula Grant Program and the Office on Violence Against Women, U.S. Department of Justice. The opinions, findings, conclusions, and recommendations expressed in this publication/program/ exhibition are those of the author(s) and do not necessarily reflect the views of the state or the U.S. Department of Justice, OVW.

  • 2016 Making Data Great and Whole Again (2016 NACE Fall Webinar)

    Free Recorded Webcast (October 20, 2016)

    Training Description: In this training, Mr. Scott Sosebee presents and discusses methods to easily access and understand court data to improve court efficiencies, as well as explains how data can be used to assist with operational needs. Mr. Hans Jessup and Ms. Rebecca Edwards presents on currently available data reports, the upcoming JWorks case management system, and future reporting functions.

  • 2016 Nevada Pilot-Site Pretrial Risk Instrument Training

    Free Recorded Webcast (August 18-19, 2016)

    Training Description: Intended to assist in judicial decision making, the Nevada Pretrial Risk Assessment Instrument will be introduced in this training session. Background, methodology, and implementation plans for the Nevada Pretrial Risk Assessment instrument developed by the Committee to Study Evidence-Based Pretrial Release will be provided. Validation, reliability factors, and actuarial approaches will be examined. Over-ride capabilities and revalidation plans will also be discussed.

  • 2016 Nevada Judicial Leadership Summit

    (Recorded conference sessions and materials)

    Welcome to the Nevada Judicial Leadership Summit 2016 online conference resources. These select resources are made available as individual self-paced self-study and are listed in alphabetical order.

  • 2016 Show Me the Money: Grant Writing Tips and Tricks

    Free Recorded Webinar (June 23, 2016)

    Training Description: 

    “Impatience never commanded success.” - Edwin H. Chapin

    Grant writing is an art form and, often, a significant source of frustration for grant applicants. While there is no “formula” that guarantees success, there are several steps grant applicants can take to improve their chances of success.

    Please join staff from the Administrative Office of the Courts as they provide an overview of the AOC’s Grant Program and offer suggestions for writing and submitting successful grant applications. This training will address a range of grant submission topics including the importance of reading the fine print, carefully following directions, conducting proper research, writing with clear purpose, and remaining patient throughout the process.

  • 2015 Nevada Legislative Review

    Free Recorded Webinar (September 15, 2015)

    Training Description: The 78th session of the Nevada Legislature concluded on June 1, 2015. There were 498 Assembly Bills and 515 Senate Bills introduced during the 120-day session. Please join Ben Graham, Esq. and Ms. Stephanie Heying for an interactive webinar as they guide you through the bills that may impact the courts.

  • 2015 Nevada/New Mexico Language Access Basic Training

    Self-paced online/application based training
    (No cost for Modules 1 and 2; $75 for Module 3)

    Course Description:The Language Access Basic Training (LABT) is an interactive training that is downloaded by users and provides an introduction to language access for all court employees. The purpose of the training is to ensure that all court employees have a basic understanding of their ethical and legal obligations, as well as current best practices in serving limited English proficient and non-English speaking individuals. The Nevada Supreme Court Administrative Office of the Courts has partnered with the New Mexico Language Access Center to offer this online course. The AOC has purchased a limited number of licenses for use by the Courts for Modules 1 and 2. The New Mexico Language Access Basic Training is a collaborative project funded by the State Justice Institute and supported by the National Center for State Courts (NCSC) and the Language Access Advisory Committee of the Council of State Court Administrators (COSCA).

  • 2015 Nevada Court Administration 2015 Legislative Review

    Free Recorded Webcast (June 15, 2015)

    Training Description: During this webinar, faculty will discuss 2015 legislative changes that will impact Nevada court administration.

  • 2015 Nevada Supreme Court 2014 Criminal Opinions Review

    Free Recorded Webinar (February 17, 2015)

    Training Description: Faculty will review and provide commentary on criminal opinions published by the Nevada Supreme Court in 2014.