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Training for Law Enforcement Leaders — Responding Effectively to Hate Calls – What Resources Are Available To Law Enforcement?

November 16 @ 10:00 am - 11:30 am

LAW ENFORCEMENT WORKSHOP

Tuesday, November 16th | 10:00AM – 11:30AM

PROGRAM OVERVIEW

Law enforcement, especially Police Officers and Investigators, play a critical role in responding to hate crimes. Therefore, it is imperative that law enforcement develop a thoughtful, coordinated, and empathetic approach when investigating hate crimes. Most importantly, understanding the impact and trauma for the victim and those collectively impacted by such acts.

Join local, state, and federal law enforcement officials on Tuesday, November 16 during United Against Hate Week to explore and discuss innovative and engaging strategies to best assist and support victims of hate crimes; including understanding the differences between a hate crime and a hate incident, state versus federal hate crime statutes, and strategies that will further strengthen hate crimes investigations to ensure successful prosecution.

TRAINING FOR LAW ENFORCEMENT LEADERS:

Understanding the Impact of Hate Crimes and The Need for an Effective and Innovative Law Enforcement Response

Organizers

United States Department of Justice
UCLA Asian American Studies Center
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