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7th Annual American Indian Justice Conference   |   May 12-14, 2015   |   Oklahoma
*This conference is pending U.S. Department of Justice approval 
 
 
 

 OVERVIEW

 

aijcon.gifThe American Indian Justice Conference offers tribes across the nation an opportunity to learn strategies to enhance tribal justice systems while providing essential information on court development, drug and alcohol abuse, probation and parole, SORNA Implementation, and other relevant topics. Join other tribal community justice professionals, practitioners and technical assistance providers to address multi-disciplinary and multi-jurisdictional approaches to the development of justice programs. There is no fee to attend the conference.

 

 

 CONFERENCE OBJECTIVES

 

​Conference goals were established by building upon past conferences and responding to recommendations of Bureau of Justice Assistance (BJA) grantees. These goals include:

  • Building strong and sustainable tribal justice systems by highlighting strategies.
  • Sharing details on tribal programs that have a positive impact in their community justice system.
  • Providing information to tribal justice system personnel on topics such as court planning and development, diversionary court programs, traditional dispute resolution, justice system responses to alcohol and substance abuse, and emerging issues that are relevant to tribal justice system development.
 

 PRE-CONFERENCE TRAINING

 
​Information coming soon on pre-conference training.
 
 

 REGIONAL TRAINING

 
​Sex Offender Registration and Notification Act
Join us this year for Sex Offender Registration and Notification Act (SORNA) regional training offering topics such as: The Basics of SORNA; Sex Offender Absconder Investigations and Working with the U.S. Marshal’s Office; Registration Safety Consideration and Strategies; Relationship Building – Tribal, Federal, State, and Local; and Program Planning and Sustainability.
 

 WHO SHOULD ATTEND

 
  • Affiliates from all federally recognized tribes working in courts, law enforcement, prosecution, probation, ​corrections, treatment, SORNA, and social service programs

  • BJA grantees funded through the Tribal Court Assistance Program (TCAP)

  • BJA grantees funded through the Indian Alcohol and Substance Abuse Program (IASAP)

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