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The Tribal Law and Order Act & Its Implications for Criminal Justice in Indian Country


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The second in a bi-monthly webinar series that aims to enhance state and tribal collaboration and highlight the benefits of intergovernmental coordination. Jointly hosted by the National Criminal Justice Association (NCJA) and the National Congress of American Indians (NCAI), the September 13 webinar will focus on the recently enacted Tribal Law & Order Act and its implications for states and tribes.

John Harte, enrolled member of the San Felipe Pueblo and former Policy Director of the U.S. Senate Committee on Indian Affairs, will be presenting on key provisions of the Tribal Law & Order Act and the types of intergovernmental coordination necessary for successful implementation.

Because numerous provisions of the Tribal Law & Order Act mandate quick action by the federal government, as well as input and action by state and tribal officials, it is important to host this webinar as early as possible. As such, we have postponed our previously scheduled webinar on cross-jurisdictional law enforcement agreements until a later time this fall.

For our federal partners who may not be able to view this webinar on your internal computer systems, NCJA will be showing the webinar in our conference room for a limited audience. Please contact Abby Wright at or 202.448.1719 if you would like to view the webinar at NCJA.

We welcome your continued participation in this webinar series, a component of a larger tribal-state collaboration project funded by the Bureau of Justice Assistance, U.S. Department of Justice.

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