The Tribal Law and Policy Institute is pleased to announce the launch of the enhanced & updated Walking on Common Ground web resource at: http://www.walkingoncommonground.org/.
We are planning to mirror much of the tribal and state information through the enhanced www.NRC4Tribes.org website that we are developing.
The primary focus of the website is:
- Identify and develop resources concerning tribal/state court collaboration & promising practices
- Identify and develop resources concerning Public Law 280 tribal/state court collaboration & promising practices
- Subject areas include: courts, law enforcement, detention, child welfare, and multi-agency agreements
Features of the website include:
- Tribal-State agreements by topic
- Tribal-Federal Collaborations
- Promising Practices stories and quotes
- Resources on the TLOA
- Interactive searchable map of agreements
- Listing of all federally recognized tribes, tribal websites and counties, by state
- Jurisdictional information
Upcoming features include:
- Tribal-State Court Promising Strategies Publication
- Public Law 280 Promising Strategies Publication
- Additional tribal-state collaborations in the area of Detention and Child Welfare
- Additional tribal-federal collaborations
Send us your examples of collaborations to highlight! Contact Heather Valdez Singleton for more information: email@example.com; 323-650-5667
This website was funded under the support of the Bureau of Justice Assistance, USDOJ.
You misspelled the walking on common ground website address.
Hah! It wasn’t me this time. 🙂
I used cut and paste! It’s fixed now, I think.