Are you developing or expanding a court monitoring program? Are you struggling with a particular court monitoring issue? WATCH can help you build a strong, vital program.
Technical assistance includes:
- Phone consultation to organizations starting, expanding, or strengthening their programs.
- On-site training at your location or using webinar technology.
- On-site training at the WATCH office in Minneapolis to learn about our program, attend our volunteer training, and/or spend a day observing court and meeting with members of the justice system here.
- Access to Court WATCH Connection, our bi-monthly e-bulletin with resources and information on court monitoring.
- Access to over a decade of WATCH research and reports.
Not sure where to start?
Purchase our start-up manual Developing a Court Monitoring Program. This excellent resource gives you a step-by-step guide to establishing a program to monitor the courts in your community. Email WATCH or call (612) 341-2747 for more information.
Court WATCH Connection
Six times a year WATCH publishes an on-line technical assistance bulletin. Read back copies or sign up below.
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EXAMPLES OF WATCH SUPPORT...
On-site training to member programs of the Nevada Network Against Domestic Violence.
One-day court monitoring training in Seattle for sexual assault, domestic violence, and victim rights advocates.
Feedback and assistance with grant proposal for Minnesota sexual assault coordinator.
Three-day site visit at WATCH for programs from Michigan and New York.
Contact us with your needs and questions.