Working Meetings; Statewide Initiative Building Against Police Terror and Victim Advocacy

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03/11/2015 - 7:00pm
03/11/2015 - 9:00pm
United Against Police Terror SD

Wednesday, March 11th at 7pm at the Activist Center at 4246 Wightman Street, San Diego, CA 92105

Please join as we implement the leg work with allies both in San Diego and statewide for change in the fight against police terror and to create a safe space for victim support.

These meetings will take place on the 2nd and 4th Wednesday of the month and will work in conjunction with the coalition meetings on the 2nd and 4th Tuesday of the month.

We are working on hashing out the following campaign drafts, community and organizational input is requested.

Gang Injunctions
Curfew Sweeps
Statewide Campaign Against the Police Officer's Bill Of Rights
Repurposing funds from law enforcement agencies
Prisoner Support and divestment strategies with CURB, (Californians United for a Responsible Budget)
Advocacy for Individuals with Disabilities
Justice Statewide for #Stolenlives by every branch of Law Enforcement
Media, Propaganda Design and Fundraising for Legal Defense
Aligning these demands with the vision of the Black Lives Matter Movement

We will also provide victim advocacy and support for survivors

UAPTSD intervenes when people are unaware of their rights and support the necessary steps required in obtaining justice in cases of police brutality. The group encourages victim testimonials to illustrate how people have suffered from police brutality, so other victims know they are not alone. The victim testimonials which can be in video or written format are helpful in providing justice to the victims of police brutality. The testimonials also serve to expand support for the organization in making police brutality a global issue.

Role of a UAPTSD Advocate

The advocates are the persons solely for the victim/survivor or their surviving family and open to exploring any and all options. An advocate provides services in a non-judgmental, empathetic way by empowering the survivor to make their own decisions based on their own unique circumstances. Helping them identify the range of options available to help protect their rights and safety;

Assisting the victims/survivors or their families in asserting those rights against and denouncing police assault, harassment and brutality; including

Providing a safe space in which survivors may disclose information;

Giving support and encouragement throughout legal processes or advocating for legal assistance;

Providing information and offering guidance on finding answers when questions arise;

Ensuring that if system response to victims/survivors or their families is unfair, then promoting open and direct action empowering the victims, survivors and their families.

Providing continued support when processes have concluded.

For more information on how to get involved please contact us at