March 23, 2021: “In Accordance with the Law: When Your Victim or Witness Speaks Limited English” (Webinar)

NIWAP collaborated with the Prosecuting Attorney’s Council of Georgia to host a webinar on language access for victims and/or witnesses that speak limited English. This webinar will provide you with information about your legal obligations to provide language access to limited English speaking victims of domestic and sexual violence who you encounter in your work. Expert faculty will cover language access requirements under Title VI, as well provide examples of ways prosecutors, law enforcement, and victim advocates working in law enforcement and prosecution agencies can improve language access for limited English proficient (LEP) survivors. The webinar will provide tips, tools, best practices for working with LEP domestic and sexual violence victims and resources for implementing language access plans and building trust among LEP communities

If you would like to learn more about law enforcement and prosecutor best practices, NIWAP hosts monthly virtual Roundtables for Law Enforcement and Prosecution only to discuss challenges and topics in the field with NIWAP’s law enforcement expert faculty. Through these Roundtables, law enforcement and prosecutors share strategies and develop plans for working with immigrant victims of domestic violence, sexual assault, stalking, and human trafficking. Register for NIWAP’s Law Enforcement & Prosecutors Monthly Roundtable

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