CALCASA is pleased to partner with Legal Momentum and the National Immigrant Women’s Advocacy Project (NIWAP) to offer an upcoming webinar entitled, “Lessons Learned from Law Enforcement: How Collaborations in U VISA Certifications Support Safer Communities.” The free webinar will be held on February 15th, 2013 from 9:00-10:30 a.m. PST.
Officer Michael LaRiviere of the Salem Police Department (Salem, Mass.), Chief Pete Helein of the Appleton Police Department (Appelton, Wi), and Leslye Orloff, director of NIWAP will present during the webinar:
“Participants will learn about promising practices to build collaborations with law enforcement and how to utilize these relationships to promote community safety and obtain U visa certification. Techniques for effective communication, identifying common goals and overcoming challenges will be discussed. The faculty for the webinar are law enforcement officials with national experience in training law enforcement on U visa certification.”
Click here to register (deadline to register is February 12, 2013). Space is limited to 150 participants.
The is the third in a series of five webinars. Materials and recording of the previous webinars in this series are available:
- Safety Planning for Immigrant Survivors Using DHS’s New Victim Protection Policies
- Improving Outcomes for Immigrant Survivors Involved in Custody Disputes
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