California Collaborative Courts Conference
The CACC Annual Conference and Membership Meeting
September 12 – 14, 2018
2001 Point West Way
To register for a room at the Doubletree, click this link and use the Res ID: CAO.
The conference will feature a Native track, including:
SESSION #11: Serving Native American, African American and Latino American Youth in Our Collaborative Courts Effectively
- Define complex trauma and Adverse Childhood Experiences (ACE) and the impact on underserved youth.
- Explore family structures and community systems that hinder or advance the success of young people in the criminal justice system.
- Identify culturally appropriate assessment tools and techniques to better provide meaningful, individualized treatment services.
- Provide specific examples of culturally responsive approaches that facilitate applying training and education to real-life demands.
SESSION #32: Tribal Court/State Court Forum – Equal Partners Addressing Mutual Concerns
- Participants will appreciate the significance of Public Law 280 and its effect on jurisdiction in California;
- Participants will appreciate the importance of Tribal and State Justice systems working together to meet the justice related needs of tribal communities; and
- Participants will understand the role of the Tribal Court–State Court Forum as an advisory body to the Judicial Council of California
SESSION #39: Joint Jurisdiction: Tribal Courts and State Courts Working Together
- Receive background on the jurisdictional challenges between California tribes and counties in California, a Public Law 280 state.
- Learn about the tribal-state joint jurisdiction model and how it was implemented at Shingle Springs/El Dorado County, including the planning process.
- Receive an update on the how the model has fared for three years of operation, including the types of services provided, unexpected issues, and plans for the future.
SESSION #40:Tribal Justice – film
In Tribal Justice, two Native American judges reach back to traditional concepts of justice in order to reduce incarceration rates, foster greater safety for their communities and create a more positive future for youth. By addressing the root causes of crime, they are modeling restorative systems that are working. Mainstream courts across the country begin to take notice. A co-production of Vision Maker Media and American Documentary | POV.
Discussion after the film with Chief Judge Abby Abinanti
SESSION #42: Disproportionality and Unconscious Bias
- Define implicit or unconscious bias;
- Explore how unconscious bias may affect our interactions with court users;
- Describe how unconscious bias affects decision-making;
- Evaluate the use and application of strategies for the court/courtroom setting to reduce implicit bias; and
- Identify strategies for learning about our own unconscious biases, and to reduce implicit bias.
SESSION #49: Tribal Justice Utilizing Indigenous Customs and Beliefs While Navigating Cross-Jurisdictional Issues
- Attendees will receive an overview of the tribal ten key components and the numerous Wellness Courts across the country that have been implemented based on those best practices.
- Attendees will learn about some of the innovative ways tribal Wellness Courts have integrated custom and tradition to supplement and enhance their treatment approaches.
- Attendees will cross those innovations with collaboration opportunities that tribes and counties have utilized.
The hotel is located at 2001 Point West Way, Sacramento. To register for a room at the Doubletree, click this link and use the Res ID: CAO.
A complete schedule of all sessions is located by clicking this link. For ease of information access, all sessions are numbered.
- MCLES and CEs are available for these sessions.
- Information on Faculty (in alphabetical order by first name) is available by clicking this link.
·Summaries and Learning Objectives of all Conference Sessions are available by clicking this link.
·For the Full Conference for individuals, please click this link.
·For Youth Court Round Table (invitation only) / Veterans and Military Family Summit only, in cooperation with the Judicial Council, held on Wed Sept 12, please click this link.
·Corporate Sponsors and Exhibitorsplease click this link for Sponsorship information and registration.
·Pricing for the Full Conference for non-members – up to Sept 11, 2018: $400
·Pricing for the Full Conference for current CACC members – up to Sept 11, 2018: $350
·Join CACC and save $50 on your registration.
·After Sept 11 all registration is On-site Registration: $450
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