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Photo: Jesse Guardiola   October, 2012 - Immigrant Communities
In this podcast, we're joined by Officer Jesse Guardiola of the Tulsa Police Department. Officer Guardiola is the Hispanic Outreach Relations Officer and has worked on various aspects of the department's Hispanic Outreach Program since April of 2010. He is here today to talk about how agencies can successfully include practical foreign language instruction in police training.
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Photo: Jim Stormes   October, 2012 - Immigrant Communities
In this podcast, we are joined by Colonel Jim Stormes of the Palm Beach County Sheriff's Office in Florida. Colonel Stormes has nearly 30 years of law enforcement experience and is currently the Senior Executive Staff Officer of Law Enforcement Operations and Community Operations.
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Photo: Rafael Fernandez   October, 2012 - Immigrant Communities
In this podcast, we are joined by Sergeant Rafael Fernandez of the Metropolitan Nashville Police Department in Tennessee. Sergeant Fernandez was one of the full-time officers assigned to the department's El Protector program. He will talk about using radio shows in community outreach.
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Photo: Robin Martinson   October, 2012 - Immigrant Communities
In this podcast, Robin Martinson, a community liaison with the Brooklyn Park Police Department shares some practical tips when doing outreach to multicultural communities.
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Photo: Sergio Fidelis   October, 2012 - Immigrant Communities
In this podcast, we are joined by Officer Sergio Fidelis of the Clearwater Police Department, which has several practices featured in our report. Officer Fidelis is currently the Hispanic Liaison Officer and has an office in the Hispanic Outreach Center, known as the HOC. He will talk about how agencies can continue community programs when there are transitions taking place in the law enforcement agency.
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Photo: Monique Drier   October, 2012 - Immigrant Communities
In this podcast, we are joined by Monique Drier of the Brooklyn Center Police Department in Minnesota. Monique is the department's community liaison and has worked on various aspects of the Joint Community Police Partnership known as the JCPP. Monique will talk about how to work with multilingual communities when you are not bilingual, and how to get officer buy-in when you're starting out as a civilian liaison.
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Photo: Brian Kyes   October, 2012 - Immigrant Communities
In this podcast, we are joined by Chief Brian Kyes of the Chelsea Police Department in Massachusetts. Chief Kyes has 25 years of law enforcement experience and he's here to talk about police in community roles in addressing hot button issues, including policing in immigrant communities.
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Photo: Abed Ayoub, legal director of the Arab-American Anti-Defamation Committee  

February, 2012 - Building Trust Between Law Enforcement and Arab- and Muslim-American Communities
The American-Arab Anti-Discrimination Committee is the country’s largest and oldest Arab-American civil rights organization—founded in 1980 by a former U.S. senator to combat racism and discrimination. Abed Ayoub, legal director of the Arab-American Anti-Defamation Committee discusses how law enforcement can do a better job of relating and developing mutual trust and respect with Arab and Muslim-American communities.
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