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    American Indian & Alaska Native Affairs

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      The American Indian and Alaska Native Affairs Desk, established in the Office of Justice Programs, provides access to information by federally recognized American Indian and Alaska native tribes regarding funding opportunities, training and technical assistance, and other relevant information. Related topics include DOJ Indian country resources, substance abuse, corrections and managing offenders, juvenile justice, and violence against women.

    DCI America

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      DCI America provides (at a cost) workshops, seminars, conferences, on-site training, and counseling to Native American organizations and businesses.

    National Center for Rural Law Enforcement

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      The National Center for Rural Law Enforcement (NCRLE), a division of the Criminal Justice Institute, University of Arkansas System, is a university-based organization committed to helping rural law enforcement agencies meet this challenge.

    National Congress of American Indians

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      The National Congress of American Indians (NCAI) informs the public and Congress on the governmental rights of American Indians and Alaska Natives. Now serving as the major national tribal government organization, NCAI is positioned to monitor federal policy and coordinated efforts to inform federal decisions that affect tribal government interests.

    National Indian Child Welfare Association

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      The National Indian Child Welfare Association (NICWA) is the most comprehensive source of information on American Indian child welfare and works on behalf of Indian children and families. NICWA provides public policy, research, and advocacy; information and training on Indian child welfare; and community development services to a broad national audience including tribal governments and programs, state child welfare agencies, and other organizations, agencies, and professionals interested in the field of Indian child welfare.

    National Indian Justice Center

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      The National Indian Justice Center, established in 1983 through the efforts of the National American Indian Court Judges Association, the American Indian Lawyer Training Program, and the Bureau of Indian Affairs, has developed and conducted effective education programs via regional training, on-site training and conferences for tribal centers, tribal government, law enforcement, social service, medical personnel, victim assistance programs, and other interests throughout Indian country. The NIJC has produced 39 training manuals, 18 videos, and other training materials.

    National Native American Law Enforcement Association

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      The National Native American Law Enforcement Association (NNALEA) is a nonprofit organization founded in 1993 in Washington, D.C., and incorporated in the state of Delaware. The mission of NNALEA is to promote and foster mutual cooperation among American Indian law enforcement officers/agents/personnel, their agencies, tribes, private industry, and the public.

    National Tribal Justice Resource Center

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      The National Tribal Justice Resource Center (NTJRC) is the largest and most comprehensive site dedicated to tribal justice systems, personnel, and tribal law. The NTJRC is the central national clearinghouse of information for Native American and Alaska Native tribal courts, providing both technical assistance and resources for the development and enhancement of tribal justice system personnel. Programs and services developed by the NTJRC are offered to all tribal justice system personnel -- whether working with formalized tribal courts or with tradition-based tribal dispute resolution forums.

    Sacred Circle

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      National Resource Center to End Violence Against Native Women. The web site offers training and technical assistance resources and schedules plus national links for services to combat violence against Native American women.

    Tribal-Community Police Teams

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      The NNALEA is a nonprofit organization founded in 1993 in Washington, D.C., and incorporated in the state of Delaware. The mission of the NNALEA is to promote and foster mutual cooperation among American Indian law enforcement officers/agents/personnel, their agencies, tribes, private industry, and the public.

    Tribal Court Appointed Special Advocate (CASA) Project

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      The National Tribal Justice Resource Center (NTJRC) is the largest and most comprehensive site dedicated to tribal justice systems, personnel, and tribal law. The NTJRC is the central national clearinghouse of information for Native American and Alaska Native tribal courts, providing both technical assistance and resources for the development and enhancement of tribal justice system personnel. Programs and services developed by the NTJRC are offered to all tribal justice system personnel -- whether working with formalized tribal courts or with tradition-based tribal dispute resolution forums.

    Tribal Law & Policy Institute

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      National Resource Center to End Violence Against Native Women. The web site offers training and technical assistance resources and schedules plus national links for services to combat violence against Native American women.

     

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