Tribal Justice

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Alaska Native Justice Center

The Alaska Native Justice Center offers a broad range of technical assistance and training, informational resources, attorney referral, advocacy, support and civil pro-se services and clinics to Alaska Natives involved in the Alaska justice system.

http://www.anjc.net

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American Probation & Parole Association

The American Probation and Parole Association provides training, technical assistance, education, and support services to jurisdictions actively involved with probation, parole and community-based corrections, in both adult and juvenile sectors.

http://www.appa-net.org

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Bureau of Justice Assistance

The Bureau of Justice Assistance (BJA) is an arm of the Office of Justice Programs, U.S. Department of Justice that provides support to courts, law enforcement, corrections, victim services, technology, and prevention services. The BJA’s Program Office administers all state and local grant programs, providing assistance and coordinating resources to states, territories, and tribal governments.

http://www.ojp.usdoj.gov/BJA

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Institute for Native Justice, American Indian Resource Center

The Institute for Native Justice provides tribal communities with workshops, trainings and technical assistance related to domestic violence, sexual assault, stalking, and dating violence.

http://www.institutefornativejustice.com

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Justice Solutions Group

Justice Solutions Group offers technical assistance to BJA tribal grantees who are planning, renovating, or developing new detention and/or correctional facilities under BJA’s Construction of Correctional Facilities on Tribal Lands grant program.

http://www.justicesolutionsgroup.com

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National American Indian Court Judges Association

The National American Indian Court Judges Association (NAICJA) is a national voluntary association of tribal court judges. NAICJA is a non-profit corporation established in 1969. NAICJA is primarily devoted to the support of American Indian and Alaska Native justice systems through education, information sharing and advocacy. The mission of the NAICJA, as a national representative membership organization, is to strengthen and enhance tribal justice systems.

http://www.naicja.org

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National Criminal Justice Association

The National Criminal Justice Association is a membership organization for tribal, state, and local governments on crime prevention and crime control issues. NCJA partners with the National Congress of American Indians [http://www.ncai.org] to provide training, technical assistance, and mentoring opportunities to tribes and states with a focus on creating collaborative relationships.

http://www.ncja.org

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National Criminal Justice Training Center, Fox Valley Technical College

Fox Valley Technical College provides expert training, onsite technical assistance, strategic planning, and program development to tribal and non-tribal law enforcement, social services, courts, government, probation, corrections, parole, treatment, and victim services. Trainings focus on multi-disciplinary and multi-jurisdictional problem-solving approaches to address crime, violence, and substance abuse.

http://www.ncjtc.org/TJSPP

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National Indian Justice Center

The National Indian Justice Center, Inc., (NIJC) was established in 1983 through the collective efforts of the National American Indian Court Judges Association, the American Indian Lawyer Training Program, and the Bureau of Indian Affairs. The goals of NIJC are to design and deliver legal education, research, and technical assistance programs which seek to improve the quality of life for Native communities and the administration of justice in Indian country. Among its offerings are in-person trainings, onsite and web-based technical assistance, and mentoring opportunities.

http://www.nijc.org

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New York Federal-State-Tribal Courts and Indian Nations Justice Forum

The New York Federal-State-Tribal Courts and Indian Nations Justice Forum holds biannual meetings in Syracuse, New York, to explore how the various justice systems within New York State might foster mutual understanding and minimize conflict. The group has focused on three main issues since inception: the placement of Indian children by the NY state family courts under ICWA; the resolution of jurisdictional conflicts arising from disparate rulings among federal, state and tribal justice systems; and the need to educate state and federal judges on tribal law and culture.

http://nyfedstatetribalcourtsforum.org

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The National Tribal Justice Center at the National Judicial College

The NTJC provides education and training for tribal court judges and personnel seeking greater legal proficiency, skills, and understanding.

http://www.judges.org/ntjc/

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Tribal Judicial Institute, University of North Dakota School of Law

Created in 1993, the Tribal Judicial Institute has conducted over 500 training sessions for approximately 250 tribal courts and tribal agencies throughout the country. Since 2001, the Tribal Judicial Institute has helped to coordinate technical assistance services under BJA’s Tribal Courts Assistance Program. The Tribal Judicial Institute has also served as a technical assistance provider for the Office for Victims of Crime and Sacred Circle [http://www.sacred-circle.com], a federally-funded technical assistance provider focusing on domestic violence in Indian country.

http://www.law.und.edu/TJI

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Tribal Law and Policy Institute

The Tribal Law and Policy promotes the enhancement of justice in Indian country and the health, well-being, and culture of Native peoples through education, research, training, and technical assistance programs.

http://www.tlpi.org

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U.S. Department of Justice, Tribal Justice & Safety

This website is designed to serve as the U.S. Department of Justice’s comprehensive one-stop shop for tribal communities, developed to provide a user-friendly, updated, and comprehensive resource for American Indian and Alaska Native tribal communities to help further improve public safety. This site includes conference information and federal grant opportunities.

http://tribaljusticeandsafety.gov

Contact
  • New York
  • 520 8th Avenue
  • 18th Floor
  • New York, NY 10018
  • phone: 646.386.3100
  • Syracuse
  • 601 Tully Street
  • Syracuse, NY 13204
  • phone: 315.266.4330
  • London
  • Canterbury Court
    1-3 Brixton Road
  • London, SW9 6DE
  • phone: +44 2076.329.060