Tribal-Federal-State Jurisdiction and its Relationship to Public Safety in Indian Country

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Tue, Aug 13th, 2019 1:00 PM - 2:00 PM ET
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The complexity of jurisdiction in Indian Country is reviewed in historical context from the first encounters with European nations, the establishment of the United States until today. An analysis of the subsequent Treaties and what they established in the recognition of tribal sovereignty. The change from treaties to congressional acts, laws, court decisions and federal policies are studied in order to understand the current state of jurisdiction tribes must struggle with as they attempt to provide court, police and probation services in their own communities.

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