It’s now easier to report a civil rights violation

first_imgIndianaLocalNews It’s now easier to report a civil rights violation Twitter Facebook Google+ Facebook WhatsApp WhatsApp (“Smart Phone” by Graeme Paterson, CC BY 2.0) INDIANAPOLIS–It is now easier for you to report a civil rights violation, says U.S. Attorney Josh Minkler. Minkler represents the United States District Court for the Southern District of Indiana.The Department of Justice says there is now a Civil Rights Reporting Portal.“Our office recently asked anyone who has witnessed or experienced harassment or discrimination as a result of the COVID-19 pandemic to report such allegations to the Civil Rights Coordinator in my office, or to the Department of Justice Civil Rights Division,” said Minkler. “Even though reports can still be received in this manner, I encourage the public to utilize the user-friendly Civil Rights Portal to report any civil rights violations.”You can find the portal at new website allows users to submit an online form with details of a civil rights violation. Specialized teams will then review the report and forward it to the correct group or agency, which will determine the best course of action.The portal is “fully accessible” to people with disabilities. It is available in English and Spanish, but more languages will be added over the next year.If you would like to report a civil rights violation over the phone, you can call the U.S. Attorney’s Office Civil Rights Coordinator Jeffrey Preston at 317-226-6333. You can also call the Department of Justice Civil Rights Division at 855-856-1247 or 202-514-3827. Pinterest Google+ By Network Indiana – June 22, 2020 2 268 Pinterest Twitter Previous articleAthletic, picture challenge set up at Chain O’Lakes State ParkNext articleIndiana nurse hospitalized for nearly 50 days with COVID-19 Network Indianalast_img read more

South Bend launches new landlord registration site

first_img By Tommie Lee – July 9, 2020 0 499 IndianaLocalNewsSouth Bend Market Previous articleDisney Store at UP Mall will not reopenNext articleSwarbrick pessimistic about College Football starting on time Tommie Lee Facebook Facebook Twitter WhatsApp By Photos public domain [Public domain], via Wikimedia Commons The City of South Bend launched their revised online Landlord Registration website this week.The new site allows landlords the chance to simplify the process of registering their properties online. They are required to register properties they do not personally occupy each year. The deadline for landlords each year to do so is September 1st, with a fee of $5 per owner.The new site can be found at South Bend launches new landlord registration site Google+ Google+ WhatsApp Twitter Pinterest Pinterestlast_img read more