Investigation and Adjudication Leadership Workshop

The Investigation and Adjudication Leadership Workshop is a 4-hour or 8-hour session. The workshop is designed for leadership and decision makers and provides a review of the investigative requirements of the Indian Child Protection and Family Violence Prevention Act (Public Law 101-630) and Indian Country Law Enforcement Regulations (25 CFR 12). The workshop not only provides information on what the requirements of the noted regulations are, but provides useful materials such as templates and checklists to assist with the implementation of the requirements. All instruction and exercises are designed to give attendees the best opportunity to learn how to implement the identified requirements to meet their oversight responsibilities.  

The intended audience is tribal council members, school board members, directors and policy decision makers.  

After completion of the workshop, attendees will have a functional understanding of the background investigation process, the adjudication certification process and how each process relates to Indian Tribes, Tribal Organizations, and Federal agencies providing and receiving funding to provide services to Indian children and communities.

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