Find tools and resources to improve language access
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Entrance & Security
There are many ways to welcome non-English speaking members of the public to your court, starting at the front door. This section contains sample signs in various languages and other tools for the entrance to your court.
If you work in the Clerk's Office or another point of contact with non-English speaking litigants, you receive many kinds of inquiries on a daily basis. This section contains resources in other languages about court proceedings, as well as information about how to request an interpreter and what other language access services may be available.
The Self-Help Center is often the first point of contact for a non-English speaking litigant. Here you can find resources to help you communicate with non-English speakers about court processes, including translated forms, instruction sheets and informational videos.
Evaluate your court’s language access practices with a self-assessment tool and review successful programs and other resources to help you create a long-term strategic plan to ensure language access in your court.