ACLU-SC Legal Observer
The ACLU has long had a history of trained volunteer serving as legal observers during elections, protests and demonstrations. The SC Chapter is organizing volunteers to serve in this role during the recent protests, If you are interested please contact me ASAP and I will send you the following items:
1—ACLU SC Legal Observer Training. The primary material reviewed in today’s training.
2—A Quick history…
3—Training Observer Waiver
6—Legal Observer Checklist
The training is a PowerPoint that takes about 30 minutes to read and understand. The training is practical advice which should equip you with the knowledge and awareness of your role and how to accomplish the task of documenting any incidents. You will be required to read, understand and sign a waiver before you can officially attend a protest in the name of the ACLU.
There will be an area coordinator who will serve as your local contact, This person will also have t-shirts available to help identify you as an ACLU Legal Observer.
As a Legal Observer you are serving in a non-partisan role. If you believe that you must use your voice to protest in a specific way, please do so and know that ACLU Legal Observers are present and can be an independent and trained documenter of any incidents, Watch for them
If you are interested please contact me so I can send you the files to review, Just expressing an interest does not commit you to serving,
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