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Policing on American Indian Reservations

By Wakeling, Stuart

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Title: Policing on American Indian Reservations  
Author: Wakeling, Stuart
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Language: English
Subject: Law., Law & economy, Litigation and arbitration
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Publisher: Department of Justice

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Wakeling, S. (n.d.). Policing on American Indian Reservations. Retrieved from http://ebook2.worldlibrary.net/


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Acknowledgements: The authors wish to thank each of the tribes and tribal police departments that participated in this study for their generous help. Without the information they provided, the work would not have been possible. In particular, we wish to thank the Confederated Salish and Kootenai Tribes of the Flathead Reservation, the Gila River Indian Community, the Three Affiliated Tribes of the Fort Berthold Reservation, and the Tohono O?odham Nation for providing access to their police departments, criminal justice systems, and other governmental units. Knowledge we gained from our time on site formed the core of our research. In addition to thanking the four tribal governments, we would like .to express our appreciation to the people on each of the reservations who assisted us in so many ways: sharing information, offering guidance, telling stories, and helping us to ?get it right.? These people included tribal leaders; elders and other community residents; department officials; department clerks and others who tolerated our many requests and questions; and especially the police chiefs, captains, and officers who spent many hours talking to us, giving us information, and allowing us to ride with them.

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Table of Contents I . INTRODUCTION AND OVERVIEW ..................................................................................................................... 5 I.A. STUDYGO ALS. .................................................................................................................................................... 5 I.B. ORGANIZATIOOF NTH E PAPER... ........................................................................................................................... 6 I.C. OVERVIEOWF CONCLUSIONANS D RECOMMENDATIO....N...S.. ............................................................................. 6 I1 . METHODOLOGY .................................................................................................................................................. 8 1I.A. REVIEW OF LITERATUR..E... ............................................................................................................................... 8 1I.B. BRIEFV ISITS TO SEVERAL DEPARTMEN.T...S.. .................................................................................................... 8 1I.c.I N-DEPTH STUDY OF FOUR DEPARTMEN..T..S... ................................................................................................... 8 11.0. SURVEYS .......................................................................................................................................................... 11 111 . POLICING IN INDIAN COUNTRY: THE CONTEXT ........................................................................ : .......... 13 1II.B. WHO DO POLICE IN INDIAN COUNTRY SERVE..?.. ............................................................................................ 14 1II.C. WHOP OLICEISN DIANC O ~ R Y.....?... ............................................................................................................ 16 1II.A. WHAT IS ?INDIAN COUNTRY?? ........................................................................................................................ 3 13 III. C. I . Tribal or Public Law 93-638 Policing. .................................................................................................... III . C . 4 . Public Law 83-280 Policing .............................................................. III . C . 5 . Other Administrative Arrangements ........................................................................................................ 19 III.C.6. The ?Typical Department? in Indian Country ........................................................................................ 19 1II.D. THE CRIMINAL JUSTICE SYSTEM IN INDIAN COUNTRY ...................................................................................... 20 1II.E. SUMMARY ....................................................................................................................................................... 21 17 III.C.2. BIA Administration ................................................................................................................................. 17 III . C.3. Self-Governance Policing and Tribal& Funded Departments .......... ............................................... 18 ............................................... 18 IV . CRIME TRENDS IN INDIAN COUNTRY ........................................................................................................ 23 1V.A. THE LIMITATIONOSF INDIAN COUNTRY CRIME DATA. .................................................................................... 23 IV.A.2. Reasonsfor Poor Crime Data in Indian Country .................................................................................... 24 1V.B. THE PREVALENCE, DISTRIBUTIOANN, D CHARACTER OF CRIME ON AMERICAN INDIAN RESERVATIONS ........ 28 I V. B . 1 . The Rising Workload of Police Departments in Indian Country ............................................................. 29 I V. B.2. The Geographic Distribution of Reservation Crime ................................................................................ 32 I V. B . 3 . Alcohol-Related Crime in Indian Country .......................... ............................................................... 34 V . ORGANIZATION AND MANAGEMENT OF POLICE DEPARTMENTS IN INDIAN COUNTRY .......... 36 V.A. CHARACTERISTICS OF DEPARTMENTSSE RVING INDIAN C O ~ R..Y..... ............................................................ 36 V.A. 1 . Size ........................................................................................................................................................... 36 V. A.2. Administrative Arrangements .................................................................................................................... 38 IV.A. I . General Remar kr ..................................................................................................................................... 23

 

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