INVESTIGATIVE CHECKLIST FOR FIRST RESPONDERS

Scott Troxel | January 4, 2019

The resource, developed by the National Center for Missing & Exploited Children® (NCMEC), provides a detailed checklist for first responders, supervisory officers, and investigative officers after a child goes missing or is abducted. It details each step that must be taken when launching a recovery effort, and can lead to a successful recovery when utilized […]

HOW YOUR TRIBAL PD CAN GET INVOLVED IN YOUTH PROGRAMS

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In many communities, law enforcement officials have a hard time connecting with the local youth. This resource provides proven ideas that law enforcement members can use to become more visible in their community, especially with youth development programs.

HOW TO START A TRIBAL POLICE ATHLETIC/ACTIVITIES LEAGUE

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In this resource, you will learn everything you need to know about starting your very own Tribal Police Athletic/Activities League in your community. It includes information about what National PAL does, activities you can run, the steps necessary to get started, as well as a set of sample by-laws that you can use to form […]

FORMING RELATIONSHIPS WITH YOUTH IN THE COMMUNITY

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Often times, it is difficult for members of law enforcement to form a positive, meaningful relationship with youth in the community. This resource provides tips and takes the focus off of changing youth attitudes, and focuses more on what law enforcement officials can do to bridge the gap.

CRIMINAL JURISDICTION IN INDIAN COUNTRY – THE SOLUTION OF CROSS-DEPUTIZATION

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This resource analyzes the issue of criminal jurisdiction in Indian Country. It includes roadblocks that occur during cross deputization, disputes over crossing legal borders, and the urgency of having a strong law enforcement presence in Indian Country. Using jurisdictional complexities in Michigan as the example, this can be a good resource for law enforcement workers […]

BEST PRACTICES TO ADDRESS COMMUNITY GANG PROBLEMS

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This resource provides information on gang problems in the community as well as gang prevention methods and models that can be used to implement gang prevention initiatives. All of the information and advice provided in the resource is backed by research on juvenile delinquency and gang activity. While this is a complicated topic, this resource […]

AMERICAN INDIAN/ALASKA NATIVE YOUTH & STATUS OFFENSE DISPARITIES: A CALL FOR TRIBAL INITIATIVES, COORDINATION & FEDERAL FUNDING

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A brief from the Coalition for Juvenile Justice, written by Jonathan Litt, Policy & Field Relations Associate at the Coalition for Juvenile Justice, and Heather Valdez Singleton, Program Director at the Tribal Law and Policy Institute: American Indian/Alaska Native Youth & Status Offense Disparities: A Call for Tribal Initiatives, Coordination & Federal Funding

A ROADMAP FOR MAKING NATIVE AMERICA SAFER

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A Roadmap for Making Native America Safer, Report to the  President & Congress of the United States, Indian Law and Order Commission, November 2013 (Full Report): A Roadmap for Making Native America Safer (Full Report)

2019 AMBER Alert Report

AMBER Advocate | December 31, 2018

In this report you will find an in-depth analysis of the AMBER Alert cases from 2019.