NJEP

  • NJEP’s resources are utilized by judges, court personnel, prosecutors, law enforcement, victim advocates, probation departments, law professors and others.PRIMERS (Define)
  • Intimate Partner Sexual Abuse (IPSA) is an often overlooked aspect of domestic violence cases. Research with battered women reveals that IPSA ranging from verbal degradation to rape is a frequent aspect of domestic violence. Taking all risk factors into account, a batterer who subjects his partner to forced sex in addition to physical violence is twice as likely to kill her as a batterer who inflicts physical violence only.
  • We have created a set of educational materials for judges, courts, court-related professionals, schools, parents, teens, and the community to learn about the dangers and consequences of Teen Dating Violence. These Information and Resources Sheets were developed by the National Judicial Education Program (NJEP) with funding from the Department of Justice Office on Violence Against Women.*
    The National Judicial Education Program's resources on Teen Dating Violence.
  • Aspects of the model curricula: NJEP’s curriculum is available at no charge for a variety of uses: it can be utilized as the basis for in-person trainings and webinars or reviewed by individuals online. The curriculum consists of: A faculty manual for teachers A Power Point presentation with suggested commentary Exercises for participants Handouts for participants The curriculum can be adapted to local laws and practices