MDOCR announces Hate Crimes 101 training

BTL Staff
By | 2018-01-16T10:29:49-05:00 December 13th, 2007|News|

The Michigan Department of Civil Rights, in partnership with the Department of Community Health, Crime Victim Services Commission, announced additional Victims of Crime Act (VOCA) sponsored Building Cultural Competence and Hate Crime 101 training sessions around the state. Training dates and locations are on the web site at http://www.miaahc.com under the training calendar page.
To participate in one of these free trainings, please visit http://miaahc.com/cal.aspx for details and to register. The trainings begin in January 2008, and will be held in Calhoun; Emmet/Cheboygan; Genesee; Grand Traverse; Houghton; Ingham/Eaton; Kent; Macomb; Marquette; Muskegon; Saginaw; St. Clair; Washtenaw; and Wayne (in Detroit and Livonia) counties.
Questions may be addressed to mdcrcrt@miaahc.com

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