The mission of CASVSP as a statewide association of professionals in California is to represent, assist, promote, and support the delivery of supervised visitation services through quality leadership, training, collaborative partnerships, and compliance with professional standards of conduct and best practices.
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Please review current legislative discussions regarding Standard 5.20 through measure
AB1674. The new law is effective January 1, 2013 and affects Professional and Nonprofessional providers of supervised visitation.
UPCOMING TRAINING OPPORTUNITIES!
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12/16 -- Webinar - New Form Declaration of Supervised Visitation Provider
12pm to 1:00pm; Q&A to follow.
The Judicial Council of California approved, effective January 1, 2014, a new optional form, Declaration of Supervised Visitation Provider (form FL-324) for use regarding training and qualifications of a provider of supervised visitation. The new optional form is in response to legislative changes in AB 1674 and addresses concerns from the court and other users regarding implementation of Family Code section 3200.5(c) and (d). Effective January 1, 2013, Assembly Bill 1674 (Stats. 2012, ch. 692) added section 3200.5 to the Family Code, relating to supervised visitation providers. Family Code section 3200.5(d)(2) requires the professional provider of supervised visitation to sign a declaration indicating that they meet the training and qualification requirements as set forth in Family Code sections 3200.5(c)(2), (d)(1), and (d)(2).
This FREE webinar will provide technical assistance guidance regarding use of the new FL-324 form. Discussion will include frequently-asked questions designed to assist the court, supervised visitation providers, and others with information regarding provisions of the form, who must complete the form, recordkeeping guideline, and the required statutory process for approval of a Judicial Council form (new rule). The trainer will be Ms. Shelly La Botte, Access to Visitation Grant Program Manager of the Judicial Council of California, Administrative Office of the Courts (AOC) , Judicial and Court Operations Services Division, Center for Families, Children & the Courts. Ms. La Botte was AOC staff assigned to work with the Judicial Council's Family and Juvenile Law Advisory Committee on development and adoption of the new form declaration.
Although this is a free training, registration is required.