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Florida Injunctions for Protection, An Overview

Is a video that focuses on the needs of parties considering a petition for protection. It is hoped that the video will assist petitioners (as well as respondents) in understanding Florida’s four orders of protection and the requirements for filing a petition.

Florida Injunctions for Protection, the Hearing

Is a video designed as an orientation to civil domestic violence court; the video provides important information about court room procedures, discusses the participants in the hearing, and answers many of the questions litigants might have about what will happen when they come to court.

Mythbreakers: Chapter 39 Injunctions

Is a video that discusses common myths and misconceptions associated with the Chapter 39 injunction process. It also discusses the differences between Chapter 39 injunctions and Chapter 741 injunctions.

This video has been distributed to stakeholders throughout Florida, including Guardians ad Litem, court personnel, and judges who may review such petitions or who are on either the domestic violence or the dependency bench.

Get Psych'd About Batterer Compliance

Is a video that discusses the recently published OCI Best Practices Guide for Enforcing Batterer Accountability (available in PDF format). It also discusses some of the newer technologies that can be used to stalk victims of domestic violence.

This video has been distributed to stakeholders throughout Florida, including Guardians ad Litem, court personnel, and judges who may be involved with the domestic violence injunction process.

If you are in immediate danger of Domestic Violence, please call 911.

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Webinars

Protecting Children Exposed to Domestic Violence (December 10, 2014)

This webinar, developed and presented by Professor Teresa Drake from the Levin College of Law at University of Florida, examined the effects of domestic violence on children and how these effects may last long into adulthood. It also discussed issues relating to child custody and time sharing.  Due to technical difficulties, only the PowerPoint slides are available at this time.  PPT