November 3-5, 2021 | Virtual
Join us in November to discuss strategies that enhance tribal justice systems including essential information on court development, alcohol and substance abuse, probation and reentry, and addressing violent crime. We will explore promising practices in multidisciplinary, multijurisdictional, and trauma informed approaches to the development and implementation of justice programs.
Training Schedule: November 3, 2021 | 11:15 am - 3:30 pm CST November 4, 2021 | 11:00 am - 3:45 pm CST November 5, 2021 | 11:30 am - 1:45pm CST For finalized agenda, registrants will be receiving a communication prior to conference. **PLENARY #1: Strategic Planning & Collaboration** Discuss multidisciplinary approaches, cross system planning, and formalizing collaborations through MOUs and more. **PLENARY #2: Trauma Informed Approaches** Discuss trauma informed, historical trauma, and multi-generational trauma and how using trauma informed approaches in the justice system improves outcomes. *Workshops:* ** Alcohol & Substance Abuse Track** * Opioid Addiction and MAT * Methamphetamine Trends * Drug Endangered Children (Collaborative Approaches to Identifying and Supporting Drug Endangered Children) **Courts & Traditional Justice Track** * Integrating Traditional Law and Practice into Tribal Courts * Tribal Court Jurisdiction & Sentencing * Enhancing Tribal Courts through technology & collaboration. **Probation, Reentry, & Policing Track** * Case planning for Criminal Justice Professionals with Clients Struggling with Substance Use * Restorative Practices – Healing the harm and successful reintegration into the community * Motivational Interviewing – Working with challenging clients **Violent Crime Track** * Trauma-Informed Reponses to Violent Crimes in Indian Country * Collaborations to Support Violent Crime Reponses in Indian Country: Initiating a Tribal SAUSA * Strategies to support Tribal Responses to Violent Crime **PLENARY #3: Grantee Sharing of information in the field (round table)** Grantees will discuss successful uses of trauma-informed approaches and collaboration.
* Affiliates from all federally recognized tribes working in courts, law enforcement, prosecution, probation/reentry, corrections, treatment, social service programs and victim services * BJA Coordinated Tribal Assistance Solicitation and Tribal Comprehensive Opioid Abuse, Stimulant * Substance Abuse Program grantees