Working with interpreters in court Domesic Violence

This webinar is hosted by the Battered Women’s Justice Project in collaboration with API-GBV and NCJFCJ and is open to the public.


Working with an interpreter is critical to ensure victim security for people with limited English skills in the Civil Protection Regulation process. This webinar provides attendees with the tools and resources needed to work effectively with an interpreter, identify and fix problems during interpreting, and voice access resources to improve voice services for those seeking civil protection orders.


Cannon Han, Senior Program Manager, API-GBV
Honorable Ramona A. Gonzalez, La Crosse District Court, La Crosse, WI


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  • The audio option includes: VoIP (free audio over the Internet, speakers are required, a headset is recommended) or dialing into a conference call line. Your standard long distance charges apply.

  • The webinar will be subtitled.

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