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A Tribal-State Collaboration Model:  Poarch Band of Creek Indians' Journey to Success
A Tribal-State Collaboration Model: Poarch Band of Creek Indians' Journey to Success
Webinar (Watch Now) | Recorded on Jul 21, 2020

Review the steps Poarch Band of Creek Indians, Alabama’s only federally recognized tribe, took to overcome jurisdictional barriers to achieve implementation of state legislation known as the Poarch Band of Creek Indians – State Police Powers Act (Alabama Act #2018-393). Review the specific barriers that were overcome such as lack of state recognition, no available copies of MOU’s that were in prior existence, inability to use state academy for training; not honoring tribal courts, etc. Discuss how this enhanced multi-jurisdictional partnership has supported increased public safety for the Poarch Creek community.

Tribal, Federal, State, and Local Relationship Building for Tribal Sex Offender Registration and Notification Programs
Tribal, Federal, State, and Local Relationship Building for Tribal Sex Offender Registration and Notification Programs
Classroom

Learn about developing sex offender management boards, task forces, and coalitions. This workshop will include components of formal and informal agreements; recognition of who should be involved; and benefits of written agreements.

Building Better and Stronger Tribal Justice Systems:  Part 1- Sovereignty Considerations as Part of Planning
Building Better and Stronger Tribal Justice Systems: Part 1- Sovereignty Considerations as Part of Planning
Webinar (Watch Now) | Recorded on May 31, 2018

Become more mindful of the need to implement and sustain tribal sovereignty, unique to your nation, into all aspects of your tribal justice system. During the webinar series, you will learn more about tribal sovereignty, how it might be exercised or how it is exercised in your own community, and what to consider as you begin your tribal justice system planning process. You will also learn a process to take steps to identify opportunities for the inclusion of customs, traditions, and values into your tribal justice systems.

Recognition and Response to Child Sex Trafficking and Exploitation at Tribal Casinos
Recognition and Response to Child Sex Trafficking and Exploitation at Tribal Casinos
Classroom

Tribal communities are increasingly seeing the rise in cases of trafficking and exploitation involving native and non-native youth in and around tribal operated casinos, hotels, and travel plazas. During the training, you will examine different types of human trafficking, the importance of recognizing domestic trafficking of tribal children, and identifying and reporting suspected cases. Learn the investigative challenges of trafficking cases, the victim interview, and victim placement. Through a facilitated discussion with other local public safety officials and stakeholders, you will identify available resources for victims to ensure an effective response.

Tribal Law Enforcement Recruitment and Retention: Successful Strategies
Tribal Law Enforcement Recruitment and Retention: Successful Strategies
Webinar (Watch Now) | Recorded on May 15, 2019

Hear from current tribal law enforcement practitioners about successful strategies they have used in recruiting and retaining tribal officers including advertising of positions, recruitment practices, benefits, community partnerships, and more.

Tribal Remedies for Violation of Domestic Violence Protection Orders
Tribal Remedies for Violation of Domestic Violence Protection Orders
Webinar (Watch Now) | Recorded on Sep 26, 2018

Learn about the federal laws and tribal remedies available to protect victims of domestic violence. Discuss the safety needs of victims and how tribal court civil and criminal remedies (such as protection orders and criminal sanctions) are important to safeguarding victims. Review reparations for victims that should be considered by the tribal court for damages resulting from crimes or acts that have already occurred. Victim centeredness during the trial process will be emphasized.

Building Better and Stronger Tribal Justice Systems:  Part 2- Customs, Traditions, and Values as Part of Planning
Building Better and Stronger Tribal Justice Systems: Part 2- Customs, Traditions, and Values as Part of Planning
Webinar (Watch Now) | Recorded on Jun 19, 2018

Become more mindful of the need to implement and sustain tribal sovereignty, unique to your nation, into all aspects of your tribal justice system. During the webinar series, you will learn more about tribal sovereignty, how it might be exercised or how it is exercised in your own community, and what to consider as you begin your tribal justice system planning process. You will also learn a process to take steps to identify opportunities for the inclusion of customs, traditions, and values into your tribal justice systems.

Tribal Justice System Planning Process Online
Tribal Justice System Planning Process Online
Self-Paced

Learn about the Tribal Justice System Planning Process (TJSPP) principles and how a comprehensive tribal justice system strategic plan can improve public safety and the quality of justice in your community. This online training course is designed for grantees who have not participated in the onsite TJSPP course, as well as non-grantee tribes.

Youth Engagement Strategies: Fostering Development of Tomorrow's Tribal Criminal Justice Leaders
Youth Engagement Strategies: Fostering Development of Tomorrow's Tribal Criminal Justice Leaders
Webinar (Watch Now) | Recorded on Apr 23, 2019

Explore successful examples of tribal youth police and criminal justice explorer programs and the related positive outcomes including, but not limited to: leadership skill development, rise in self-esteem and confidence, and formal interest in pursuing tribal law enforcement or related criminal justice career paths. Discuss multidisciplinary and community policing partnerships that helped lead to program success, as well as additional youth engagement strategies.

Facility Dogs: Community Policing and Tribal Court Partners
Facility Dogs: Community Policing and Tribal Court Partners
Webinar (Watch Now) | Recorded on Nov 13, 2018

Often times, the biggest role of a facility dog is to calm and support an individual during stressful situations. Learn what a facility dog is and how they are being used particularly as a school resource officer partner in K-12 schools and/or in tribal court settings. The process to obtain and train a dog, subjective observations, and data collected will be discussed.

 
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