Department of Justice (DOJ) published a guidance document for recipients of financial assistance that helps law enforcement agencies develop policies and procedures for dealing with non-English speaking individuals.
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The DOJ guidance does not require law enforcement agencies to use only certified interpreters, but it reminds administrators that they should have some way to verify the linguistic skills of an interpreter.
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The DOJ guidance provides help by establishing a so-called “Safe Harbor” provision, a standard that assures law enforcement agencies that certain actions would be considered strong evidence of compliance with the obligation to provide written translations.
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The DOJ guidance states that a law enforcement agency may meet the “Safe Harbor” provision by translating vital documents into the language of each LEP language group that makes up five percent or 1,000, whichever is less, of its service population.