HLAA Hearing Loss Support, Communicating with a Police Officer Sat Sep 12 9:30 AM PT


Saturday September 12, 2020

Join us on Zoom for our virtual East Bay Chapter monthly meeting

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             9:30-10am PT   Get online & Setup Help
                  10am  PT   Program Begins

Communicating with a Police Officer

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Officer Tsujimoto will discuss how officers are trained to communicate with deaf/HOH and how a person can be safe during a police contact.  He will review what tools can be used to assist in communication with law enforcement which may include handheld deaf/HOH cards, prewritten letters, or a prewritten text message on a cell phone. 
Speaker’s Biography – Officer Darin Tsujimoto, Alameda PD

Our speaker will be Sgt. Darin Tsujimoto, from the City of Alameda Police Department. Sgt. Tsujimoto, who had multiple experiences with deaf and hard of hearing people as a paramedic in Southern California and San Francisco, joined the Alameda Police Department in 2011. He has had a diverse career while at the APD. He will speak about the training 
officers receive in communicating with deaf/HOH people as well as means that you can use to communicate with an officer if you are stopped.

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Contact Info:
Hearing Loss Association of America, East Bay Chapter
PO Box 12484
Oakland, CA 94604