Please join CCR, the Immigration Defense Project, and the Creating Law Enforcement Accountability & Responsibility project for a workshop for individuals giving trainings to clients or community members who want to know:
- What rights do individuals have during an ICE raid, when questioned or searched at the airport, or during an interaction with immigration or law enforcement at home or in public?
- How can you help your clients, community members, and others invoke their rights and remain safe?
- What are the tactics that immigration and federal law enforcement use during an arrest, investigation or encounter and how can individuals protect themselves?
The workshop will also be streamed live online. You must register if you plan to attend in person at CUNY Law or want to access the livestream.
Please note that this event is not open to individuals whose job duties include prosecution on behalf of any government agency (local, state, or federal) in any type of proceeding (criminal, civil immigration, etc.). If you are unsure about whether this training is appropriate for you or you have any other questions, please email firstname.lastname@example.org.