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Hon. Susan B. Carbon

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Background Information

Employment History

New Hampshire Supreme Court

Batterer Intervention Services Coalition of Michigan

S.A.F.E. Studio Inc

White House

Direct Office on Violence Against Women

National CASA Association

Council on Women and Girls

Faculty

National Judicial Institute

Director of the Office On Violence Against Women

Department of Justice

Affiliations

Advisory Board Member
The National Domestic Violence Fatality Review Initiative

Board of Trustees Member
Home

Member
Governor's Commission on Domestic and Sexual Violence

Committee
New Hampshire’s Fatality Review Committee

Committee
New Hampshires Domestic Violence Fatality Review Committee

Education

DePaul University

DePaul University College of Law

University of Wisconsin?Madison

RVAP public service announcement

Mid-Prairie Middle School

Marital Master Deborah Kane Rein

law degree

DePaul University School of Law

Web References (195 Total References)


WSHH Faculty Page | BISC-MI

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Susan B. Carbon is the Director of the United States Department of Justice's Office on Violence Against Women (OVW). Ms. Carbon was nominated to this position by President Barack Obama on October 1, 2009 and confirmed by the United States Senate on February 11, 2010.

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Ms. Carbon also served as President of NCJFCJ from 2007 to 2008, and was President of the New Hampshire State Bar Association in 1993?94. Ms. Carbon has also worked with the Association of Family and Conciliation Courts on two of their major initiatives conducted at the Wingspread Conference Center, the Family Law Reform Education Project (FLER Project), and Domestic Violence and Family Courts, dealing with differentiation of domestic violence in cases of child custody. s. Carbon has trained judges and other professionals across the country and internationally on topics related to family violence, firearms, child custody, and child protection. She has published extensively on these and other topics, including on judicial selection and retention and judicial administration. Ms. Carbon served as faculty for the National Judicial Institute on Domestic Violence-a partnership of OVW, the Family Violence Prevention Fund, and NCJFCJ. In September 2006, she chaired "Firearms and Domestic Violence: A National Summit for Community Safety," an initiative funded by the U.S. Department of Justice. She also chaired the project which produced the multidisciplinary Effective Issuance and Enforcement of Orders of Protection in Domestic Violence Cases (The Burgundy Book), a document used throughout the U.S. and its territories to guide professionals in their work around civil protection orders. s. Carbon is a graduate of the University of Wisconsin Madison and the DePaul University College of Law. Prior to becoming a judge, she was in private practice for a decade, and previously worked at the American Judicature Society in Chicago on a number of national court reform initiatives.


BISCMI - When She Hits Him

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Susan B. Carbon is the Director of the United States Department of Justice's Office on Violence Against Women (OVW). Ms. Carbon was nominated to this position by President Barack Obama on October 1, 2009 and confirmed by the United States Senate on February 11, 2010.

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Ms. Carbon was first appointed to the bench in 1991, and served as Supervisory Judge of the New Hampshire Judicial Branch Family Division from 1996 until 2010. She was a member of the Governor's Commission on Domestic and Sexual Violence and chaired New Hampshire's Domestic Violence Fatality Review Committee. She was Chair of the Grafton County, NH Greenbook Project, a collaboration of the U.S. Department of Justice and Health and Human Services to improve practice where child protection cases intersect with domestic violence. She was also Lead Model Court Judge in New Hampshire for the nation?wide initiative of the National Council of Juvenile and Family Court Judges to improve court practice surrounding child protection cases, focusing on foster care and adoption. Ms. Carbon also served as President of NCJFCJ from 2007 to 2008, and was President of the New Hampshire State Bar Association in 1993?94. Ms. Carbon has also worked with the Association of Family and Conciliation Courts on two of their major initiatives conducted at the Wingspread Conference Center, the Family Law Reform Education Project (FLER Project), and Domestic Violence and Family Courts, dealing with differentiation of domestic violence in cases of child custody.
Ms. Carbon has trained judges and other professionals across the country and internationally on topics related to family violence, firearms, child custody, and child protection. She has published extensively on these and other topics, including on judicial selection and retention and judicial administration. Ms. Carbon served as faculty for the National Judicial Institute on Domestic Violence-a partnership of OVW, the Family Violence Prevention Fund, and NCJFCJ. In September 2006, she chaired "Firearms and Domestic Violence: A National Summit for Community Safety," an initiative funded by the U.S. Department of Justice. She also chaired the project which produced the multidisciplinary Effective Issuance and Enforcement of Orders of Protection in Domestic Violence Cases (The Burgundy Book), a document used throughout the U.S. and its territories to guide professionals in their work around civil protection orders.
Ms. Carbon is a graduate of the University of Wisconsin?Madison and the DePaul University College of Law. Prior to becoming a judge, she was in private practice for a decade, and previously worked at the American Judicature Society in Chicago on a number of national court reform initiatives.


CALCASA - California Coalition Against Sexual Assault » Public Affairs

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“The data that are reported to the public come from this definition, and sadly, it portrays a very, very distorted picture,†said Susan B. Carbon, director of the Office on Violence Against Women, part of the Department of Justice, to the New York Times. “It’s the message that we’re sending to victims, and if you don’t fit that very narrow definition, you weren’t a victim and your rape didn’t count.â€

According to the F.B.I.'s 2010 UCR, there were 84,767 sexual assaults in the United States last year. If the F.B.I. adopts a broader definition, law enforcement agencies will be explaining a sudden increase in reported rapes.
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Click here to read a blog post from Director Carbon on the importance of the new definition of rape to our nation’s law enforcement, and for survivors of rape and their advocates.


AngelGroup.org - Free Webinar - Domestic Violence - June 3

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Join Lynn Rosenthal, White House Advisor on Violence Against Women, and Judge Susan B. Carbon, Director of the Office on Violence Against Women in the Department of Justice, brief us on the federal government's initiatives on domestic violence and sexual assault.

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Judge Susan B. Carbon is the Director of the Office on Violence Against Women in the Department of Justice. Judge Carbon chaired New Hampshire's Fatality Review Committee. She also served as faculty for the National Judicial Institute on Domestic Violence - a partnership of the US DOJ Office of Violence Against Women, the Family Violence Prevention Fund, and the National Council of Juvenile and Family Court Judges.


Susan ...

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Susan Carbon

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Susan Carbon
Susan B. Carbon is the Director of the United States Department of Justice's Office on Violence Against Women (OVW). Ms. Carbon was nominated to this position by President Barack Obama on October 1, 2009 and confirmed by the United States Senate on February 11, 2010.
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Ms. Carbon was first appointed to the bench in 1991, and served as Supervisory Judge of the New Hampshire Judicial Branch Family Division from 1996 until 2010. She was a member of the Governor's Commission on Domestic and Sexual Violence and chaired New Hampshire's Domestic Violence Fatality Review Committee. She was Chair of the Grafton County, NH Greenbook Project, a collaboration of the U.S. Department of Justice and Health and Human Services to improve practice where child protection cases intersect with domestic violence. She was also Lead Model Court Judge in New Hampshire for the nation?wide initiative of the National Council of Juvenile and Family Court Judges to improve court practice surrounding child protection cases, focusing on foster care and adoption. Ms. Carbon also served as President of NCJFCJ from 2007 to 2008, and was President of the New Hampshire State Bar Association in 1993?94. Ms. Carbon has also worked with the Association of Family and Conciliation Courts on two of their major initiatives conducted at the Wingspread Conference Center, the Family Law Reform Education Project (FLER Project), and Domestic Violence and Family Courts, dealing with differentiation of domestic violence in cases of child custody.
Ms. Carbon has trained judges and other professionals across the country and internationally on topics related to family violence, firearms, child custody, and child protection. She has published extensively on these and other topics, including on judicial selection and retention and judicial administration. Ms. Carbon served as faculty for the National Judicial Institute on Domestic Violence-a partnership of OVW, the Family Violence Prevention Fund, and NCJFCJ. In September 2006, she chaired "Firearms and Domestic Violence: A National Summit for Community Safety," an initiative funded by the U.S. Department of Justice. She also chaired the project which produced the multidisciplinary Effective Issuance and Enforcement of Orders of Protection in Domestic Violence Cases (The Burgundy Book), a document used throughout the U.S. and its territories to guide professionals in their work around civil protection orders.
Ms. Carbon is a graduate of the University of Wisconsin?Madison and the DePaul University College of Law. Prior to becoming a judge, she was in private practice for a decade, and previously worked at the American Judicature Society in Chicago on a number of national court reform initiatives.
Susan Carbon is the director of the U.S. Department of Justice Office on Violence Against Women. She serves as the liaison between the Department of Justice and federal state tribal and international governments on crimes of domestic violence sexual assault dating violence and stalking. In this role she is responsible for developing the Department's legal and policy positions regarding the implementation of the Violence Against Women Act.

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