Explore the viability of training local, State, tribal, and Federal law enforcement on the importance of reporting hate crimes statistics on the Unified Crime Reporting's Hate Crime Incident Report.
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Expand outreach and recruitment efforts with educational institutions and affinity organizations, including those serving AAPI individuals and communities.
Ensure that outreach on discrimination and hate crimes includes AAPIs.
Review required performance standards in performance work plans of executives and managers on promoting diversity to determine whether those measures are sufficiently robust.
Partner with WHIAAPI to identify and engage Federal agency partners to develop a strategy to enhance translation and interpretation services for Federal agencies.
Identify areas of cross-cutting interest and potential partnership between and among Federal agencies. ...more »
Implement recently approved changes to the UCR Hate Crime Statistics Program.
Conduct assessment of DOJ grant programs and awards to AAPI-serving organizations.
If data is available, analyze applicant flow data to determine if possible barriers exist, and then take corrective action when appropriate. Ensure that training and development opportunities are made available to all employees, including AAPI employees. Promote participation of all eligible employees, including AAPI employees, in Departmental professional development programs coordinated by Training or EEO Offices. ...more »
Develop a consultation policy with the Native Hawaiian community.
Increase outreach to victim service organizations with the capacity and experience to improve access to services and assistance for foreign national victims of human trafficking.
Engage with the Agency Chief Acquisition Officer (CAO), Senior Procurement Executives (SPEs), Small Business Directors, and/or Office of Small and Disadvantaged Business Utilization (OSDBU) to increase awareness of AAPI-owned businesses of agency contract and procurement opportunities.