Get information on how to strengthen tribal justice practices to address violent crimes such as domestic violence, sex offenses, gang involvement, assault, and MMIW. Learn how tribes are navigating jurisdictional challenges to protect victims and survivors, and support community safety.
Learn about the team designed to be the “expert group” overseeing the substantial implementation of SORNA. They work to plan and carry out the strategies necessary to ensure the effectiveness of the SORNA recommendations and to analyze the current process for improvements.
The Gang Resistance Education And Training (G.R.E.A.T.) Program is an evidence-based violence prevention curriculum that brings law enforcement officers into the classroom to work with students. The Puyallup Tribe of Indians first implemented the G.R.E.A.T. Program to create a safer school climate and reduce students’ involvement in gangs.
Camp Triumph is a week-long camp for children ages 10-16 who have been, or may be exposed to gangs, family trauma, or illegal drugs. It is a mentor-style camp run by the Isleta Police Department that encourages community building between campers and local law enforcement.