Police Interpreting Reports
Women from marginalised communities who go to the police for help after experiencing rape or other forms of gendered violence are being denied access to interpreters and translators, given documents they can't read and even told that the police can't do anything to protect them from their perpetrator.
A deaf man from Norwich says he has been “let down” by police after no interpreters were available to help him after an attack.
Jurors have been told to ignore the original transcript of the 20-year-old Mohammed Alfrouh’s interview with detectives, and were read a re-translated version of what the Arabic-speaker said
Desperate police officer offers to deliver documents to translators' home address
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