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Today, the U.S. Department of Justice Community Relations Service (CRS) launched a Spanish-language version of its website: . The site provides information in Spanish on the agency’s work and resources for community leaders, government officials, law enforcement, educational organizations, and other stakeholders to understand the services CRS offers.
El Servicio de Relaciones Comunitarias (CRS, por sus siglas en inglés) del Departamento de Justicia de EE. UU. inauguró hoy la versión en español de su sitio web: . Con el fin de explicar los servicios que el CRS ofrece, el sitio web proporciona información en español sobre el trabajo y los recursos de la agencia a líderes comunitarios, funcionarios de gobierno, agentes del orden, organizaciones educativas y otras personas interesadas.
On Memorial Day, our Nation unites in remembrance of the men and women of the U.S. Armed Forces who gave their lives to defend our freedoms. Those who have fallen in defense of our country have earned an honor that must be recognized by both our words and our deeds.
Two of OVW’s grant programs focus on culturally specific services for victims of sexual assault, domestic violence, dating violence, and stalking. By funding organizations that affirm the victims’ culture, we help effectively address barriers such as language, communication differences and other issues that impact trust. Addressing culture is essential, explains one of the leaders in this area – Dr. Tricia Bent-Goodley, a professor at Howard University who has spent decades as a social worker...
Today we mark the anniversary of the Supreme Court’s groundbreaking decision in Brown v. Board of Education , when the Court declared that “separate but equal” was no longer the law of the land. We mark this occasion by reflecting on the promise of Brown and on our unfinished work to deliver on that promise 67 years later.
Today, the Office of Information Policy issued its Summary of Annual FOIA Reports for Fiscal Year 2020, which examines a range of key statistics related to the government’s administration of the FOIA.
The Office on Violence Against Women joins countless others today wearing red to help give voice to the missing and murdered American Indians and Alaska Natives. I encourage you to read President Biden’s proclamation here . On this Missing and Murdered Indigenous Persons Awareness Day, we show our support for families who are grieving, and we recognize the tireless work being done by individuals across the nation to address the serious crisis. This crisis demands collaboration and action, not...
On April 29, ICITAP facilitated a webinar titled “Police Chiefs Perspectives: Communications with the Media and Social Media in the Era of Coronavirus and Police Reform” with four senior police leaders from four states across the country, representing the cities of Mountain View, CA ; Grand Junction, CO ; Aurora, IL ; Ossining, NY .
On April 29, ICITAP attended the launching of The Center of Women Empowerment in Law Enforcement in Surabaya, East Java.
On April 29, the work of ICITAP’s tailored seminar, developed in partnership with George C. Marshall Center ( GCMC ), was reviewed in a governmental meeting of Montenegro’s Cabinet of Ministers.
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