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Department of Justice and Rhode Island Judiciary Enter into Agreement for Provision of Language Assistance Services in Rhode Island Courts

Department of Justice and New Jersey Judiciary Work Collaboratively to Ensure the Provision of Language Assistance Services in New Jersey Courts –

New York Attorney General Schneiderman Announces Agreement With Ontario County Sheriff's Office To Expand Language Access Services - April 2, 2014
United States Department of Justice Files Title VI Statement of Interest in Case Alleging National Origin Discrimination by Hawaii Department of Transportation - March 28, 2014
San Francisco Police Department Officer LEP Training Video (YouTube)- February 28, 2014
United States Department of Justice Releases Language Access Planning and Technical Assistance Tool for Courts at Public Event on February 28, 2014
Opportunities for PMF Rotations and Non-reimbursable Federal Details to the Federal Coordination and Compliance Section of the Civil Rights Division (PDF)- February 4, 2014

The King County Superior Court Agrees to Work with the U.S. Attorney’s Office for the Western District of Washington State and the Federal Coordination and Compliance Section to Improve Access to Court Interpreters – January 21, 2014

North Carolina Court System Develops Language Access Complaint Poster - January 24, 2014*

*Attribution. Attribution to the NCAOC must be clear and visible on any and all of your materials and products in whatever format they exist.  Attribution should be substantially similar to the following: “The North Carolina court forms included in this publication are created by the North Carolina Administrative Office of the Courts, which office has given permission for the use of these forms in this publication.

United State Department of Agriculture issues Limited English Proficiency Plan for Federally Conducted Programs- January 23, 2014

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on Limited English Proficiency (LEP) Website promotes a positive and cooperative understanding of the importance of language access to federally conducted and federally assisted programs. This website supports fair, reasoned and consistent implementation of Executive Order 13166, Title VI of the Civil Rights Act of 1964 (Title VI), and the Title VI regulations regarding language access. This site also acts as a clearinghouse, providing and linking to information, tools, and technical assistance regarding limited English proficiency and language services for federal agencies, recipients of federal funds, users of federal programs and federally assisted programs, and other stakeholders.

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January 16, 2013 HUD Agreements New York Attorney General Schneiderman Announces Landmark Agreement With Nassau County Police Department To Strengthen Language Access Services New York Attorney General Schneiderman Announces Agreements With Dutchess And Putnam County Boards Of Elections To Provide Language Access For Voters