Meetings, Events and Announcements
2014 Mid-Year Meeting Announcement
Indian Country Law Enforcement Lifetime Achievement Award 2012
Indian Country Law Enforcement Lifetime Achievement Award 2005
Indian Country Officer of the Year Award: Nominations Are Open
Nominations accepted until August 15, 2014.
Award winner will receive an expenses-paid trip to Orlando, FL to receive the award at the IACP Annual Conference Indian Country Law Enforcement Section’s Award Banquet. This award is open for all those working in Indian Country.
For additional information, contact Jennifer Styles, IACP Staff liaison: (800) 843-4227 x 804 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Description of the Program
Nomination Form in PDF format
SECTION MEMBERS: We are currently seeking donations to fund the annual Officer of the Year banquet at the IACP Annual Conference. If you would like to make a donation, please click here.
Indian Country Law Enforcement Section Officer of the Year 2013
Indian Country Law Enforcement Section Officer of the Year 2012
Indian Country Law Enforcement Section Officer of the Year 2011
Indian Country Law Enforcement Section Officer of the Year 2010
Indian Country Law Enforcement Section Officer of the Year 2009
Indian Country Law Enforcement Section Officer of the Year 2008
Indian Country Law Enforcement Section Officer of the Year 2007
Indian Country Law Enforcement Section Officer of the Year 2006
Indian Country Law Enforcement Section Officer of the Year 2005
Indian Country Law Enforcement Section Officer of the Year 2004
Indian Country Law Enforcement Section Officer of the Year 2003
Indian Country Law Enforcement Section Officer of the Year 2002
Prison Rape Elimination Act (PREA) for Tribal Facilities
PREA Assistance for Tribal Facilities
New from the American Probation and Parole Association (APPA) is a series of materials providing background on the Prison Rape Elimination Act of 2003 as it relates to its implementation in Indian Country. Titled Preventing and Addressing Sexual Abuse in Tribal Detention Facilities, the series aims to enhance understanding among leaders and correctional staff about the importance of PREA, the seriousness of sexual assault in correctional facilities, and what role each person can play in developing and implementing effective strategies for the prevention of sexual assault in the future. Materials from the series include:
Brochure—an overview of PREA and its application in tribal facilities
Bulletin—full-length report expanding on the topics covered in the brochure
A Policy Development Guide—detailed instruction on to how implement the essentials of PREA in a facility
Training Curriculum, Participant Manual, and PowerPoint Presentation—training materials for instructors of line staff employees
All of the resources mentioned can be downloaded from the following webpage: http://www.appa-net.org/eweb/Dynamicpage.aspx?webcode=IV_ProjectDetail&wps_key=386afa46-0796-4e80-8aa6-73afdee32923
Again, these resources specifically address tribal detention facilities, but they are a good starting point for lockups as well. Standards for lockups will be forthcoming from DOJ.
Webinar: The Role of Law Enforcement in Offender Reentry (WMV*)
December 6, 2011 webinar on The Role of Law Enforcement in Officer Reentry. Speaking are Section Chair, Joseph LaPorte, Section Vice Chair, Chief Bill Denke, and BIA Acting Deputy Associate Director for Corrections, Patricia Broken Leg Brill.
*You may need to install the codec https://www3.gotomeeting.com/codec in order to view the webinar recording.
The goal of this resource is to provide a user-friendly, current, and comprehensive resource for American Indian and Alaska Native Tribal governments to further improve the safety of their communities. It is also designed as a resource to help the general public and other Federal agencies learn more about Tribal justice and safety issues in Indian Country.
Available IACP documents for download include:
Tribal Law Enforcement Research Reports Now Available
New research data critical to Indian country law enforcement has just been made available from the U.S. Department of Justice. The National Institute of Justice and the Bureau of Justice Statistics have both released major studies on tribal law enforcement and corrections that will inform our members and those with whom they work.
Tribal Law Enforcement Census Data
The Bureau of Justice Statistics has just released a report of census data on tribal law enforcement. This report is available by using the link below. Census of Tribal Justice Agencies, 2002 can be located at www.ojp.usdoj.gov/bjs/whtsnw2.htm#pubs.
National Institute of Justice: Public Law 280 Research Report
New from NIJ is a valuable report on state criminal jurisdiction in PL-280 states in the Continental United States. The report can be accessed by the following link: www.ojp.usdoj.gov/nij/pubs-sum/209839.htm
For more information, contact Jennifer Styles, staff liaison, 1-800-THE-IACP Ext. 804.