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Mashantucket Pequots Honor Police Veteran, Enlarge Department
Gale Courey Toensing
March 06, 2013
The Mashantucket Pequot Tribal Nation honored a veteran police officer with a promotion and added five new police officers to its Public Safety Department at a ceremony in February...
New Report Says Violence Down in Indian Country, Non-Violent Crime Up
October 26, 2012
A new report on tribal crime data collection activities, put out by the Bureau of Justice Statistics, confirms that tribal land is more violent than non-tribal land in the United S...
A Leader Emerges: Hopi Tribe Adopts New Criminal Code According to Tribal Law and Order Act Standards
September 03, 2012
The Hopi Tribal Council voted to adopt a new criminal code on August 28, thereby scrapping a 1970s version that all but failed to punish sex crimes and limited tribal prosecutors t...
Training Seminar Held For Sexual Assault Investigation and Prosecution Training in Indian Country
August 28, 2012
For three days last week more than 75 participants from across the United States participated in a training seminar hosted by the Justice and Interior Departments for tribal and fe...
Navajo Nation Talks Redistricting, Law Enforcement and Gaming Compact With NM Gov. Martinez
February 05, 2012
On February 3, Navajo Nation President Ben Shelly and members of the Navajo Nation council met with New Mexico Gov...
San Juan County Sheriff and Navajo Nation at Odds
January 12, 2012
The Navajo Post just released a story where San Juan County Sheriff Ken Christesen attacks the Navajo Nation’s alleged poor law enforcement that has ignited tensions between the tw...
Nevada Tribal Law Enforcement Receives $3.6 Million Boost
September 16, 2011
Four American Indian tribes in Nevada along with a tribal organization will split $3.625 million in grants for enhanced law enforcement practices and sustain crime prevention and i...
Spears Named Director and Investigator for United Keetoowah Band Tribal Police
August 15, 2011
There’s a new sheriff in town for the United Keetoowah Band of Cherokee Indians in Oklahoma...
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