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Enacting Code Provisions to Satisfy the ESA Provisions of TLOA

This webinar will help assess your community readiness to exercise enhanced sentencing under the Tribal Law and Order Act. It will also help examine what substantive crimes may be subject to ESA under TLOA and look at some Tribal examples. Examine what other provisions must be in the tribal code...


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Enhanced Sentencing Under the Tribal Law and Order Act

This webinar will examine the Enhanced Sentencing Under TLOA, examine the current state of tribal country under ESA, provide an overview of the curriculum being developed by APPA and TJI with tribal input and to generate interest in an inter-tribal working group on ESA similar to the VAWA group....


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Employment Issues and Reentry in Tribal Communities

This webinar discusses the many difficulties when seeking employment. Expanding on long gaps of work history, stigma of a criminal record, unstable housing, low literacy, lack of identification on or other documents, substance abuse, and conditional release conditions. The webinar was also...


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Supervision of Reentrants into Tribal Communities

This webinar will discuss the unique issues involved in supervising native persons who return to tribal communities from state and federal correctional facilities. It will also discuss some of the promising practices used by Tribes to incorporate cross-jurisdictional agreements and cultural...


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Accessing Resources for Reentry Programs in Tribal Communities

This webinar will discuss the various resources that Tribes can access to provide reentry services in Tribal Communities including state, federal and tribal resources. It will also discuss collaborative approaches between state, county, and tribal probation and parole departments to leverage...


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Sex Offenders and Reentry into Tribal Communities

Title I of the Adam Walsh Child Protection and Safety Act of 2006, the Sex Offender Registration and Notification Act (SORNA), created the first opportunity for federally recognized Indian tribes to be included in a nationwide sex offender registration and notification system. The presenters...


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Differences in Federal, State, and Tribal Reentry

This webinar examines the reentry of offenders, both native and non-native, into tribal communities and how the legal and cultural dynamics differ from state and federal reentry. Because Indian Tribes are sovereign nations with the authority to enact and be governed by their own laws, when...


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Maneuvering the Jurisdictional Maze When Planning for Reentry in Tribal Jurisdictions

There are 565 federally recognized tribes that must navigate a jurisdictional maze at many different justice system levels when trying to plan for home reentry for tribal members who have been incarcerated. Unique challenges for tribes exist in several areas, including considerable shortcomings...


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Re-Entry in Alaska- A Grassroots Approach to Reducing Recidivism through Community-Based, Collaborative Re-Entry Programs

Alaska has been making steady strides forward in focusing on initiatives that will help address the alarmingly high levels of incarceration and recidivism rates within the State. In April of 2014, with the passing of Senate Bill 64; Alaska made historical progress by addressing public safety,...


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Prison Reentry: A Tribal Model Managing High Risk Offenders and Offender Reentry

Muscogee (Creek) Nation Reintegration Program believes every citizen; even an ex-prisoner is important and capable of change. Launching in 2005, the program began with minimal staff yet provided services towards a better life for ex-prisoners. By 2015, the program had grown significantly and...