NYPD BLUES & THE MIGRANT: A Public Forum at St. Francis of Assisi NYC

A Public Forum on Law Enforcement & Migrant Rights - May 17, 2014 12:30-4PM Church of St. Francis of Assisi - in San Damiano Hall, 127 West 31 Street NYC. What are your rights as a NYC resident if police stop you, or immigration calls?
NEW YORK - May 1, 2014 - PRLog -- Migrants and their NYPD Blues; A Public Forum on Law Enforcement and Migrant Rights  This forum will focus on the rights of migrants when they encounter law enforcement (eg; DUI’s, traffic violations, misdemeanors, and serious crimes). It will feature speakers from Human Rights organizations as well as some concerned government agencies.

Find out about common encounters and how to handle them. You can be the accused or the witness. A green card holder or undocumented. What are your rights? What are your obligations? Who can you approach for help? For answers to these and other questions, attend this forum at San Damiano Hall on Saturday, May 17th, 2014

12:30-4:00pm. FREE

Location:  127 West 31st Street - The Church of St. Francis of Assis

         San Damiano Hal, New York City, NY 10001

         This event is open to the public.  For further information, call:
         (212) 736-8500 x 305

         For on-line information about St. Francis of Assis visit:


NYPD Blues & The Migrant: A Public Forum
Source:A Public Forum on Law Enforcement & Migrant Rights
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Location:New York City - New York - United States
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