7th Annual American Indian Justice Conference
June 10-12, 2014*
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*Pending DOJ Approval
About the Conference
The American Indian Justice Conference
offers tribes across the nation an opportunity to develop plans to enhance tribal systems while providing essential information on matters concerning court development, drug and alcohol abuse strategies, SORNA Implementation, and other relevant topic areas. Join other tribal community justice professionals and practitioners with technical assistance providers to address multi-disciplinary and multi-jurisdictional approaches to the development of justice programs.
Conference goals were established by building upon past conferences and responding to recommendations of Bureau of Justice Assistance (BJA) grantees. These goals include:
- Building strong and sustainable tribal justice systems by highlighting strategies.
- Sharing details on tribal programs that have a positive impact in their community justice system.
- Providing information to tribal justice system personnel on topics such as court planning and development, diversionary court programs, traditional dispute resolution, justice system responses to alcohol and substance abuse, and emerging issues that are relevant to tribal justice system development.
The conference planning committee is comprised of the following BJA Training and Technical Assistance Partners:
Registration Details Coming SOON! Fox Valley Technical College encourages the use of an online registration process. It’s quick and it’s easy! Your information will automatically be stored in FVTC’s Identification System and can be retrieved for future registrations using the student ID number issued to you at the time of your initial registration.
Class numbers are assigned to each event with a link that will redirect you to FVTC's online registration system. The class will be added to your "My Cart" in the lower left corner. Click "Check Out" and then sign in or "Create New Account" to complete your registration.
There are no fees
to attend the conference sessions, however, registration is required for all events.
funded through the Tribal Courts Assistance Program (TCAP) and the Indian Alcohol and Substance Abuse Program (IASAP) may use their BJA funds to attend this event.Indian Tribes/Nations/Pueblos Implementing SORNA:
SMART Grantees funded through the Adam Walsh Act Implementation Grant Program may be eligible to use SMART funds to attend this event.
Limited financial assistance for lodging and travel may be available based on program need. During the registration process you will be asked about your need for financial assistance.
If you have funding for a program administered through the Office of Justice Programs, U.S. Department of Justice, check with your grant manager to determine if you are eligible to use your funds for travel, lodging and/or other conference-related costs to participate in this exciting, valuable training opportunity.
**Non SMART Grantees working on SORNA Implementation in Indian country
may request financial assistance when registering for the American
Indian Justice Conference.
Annual Conference Information:
This national training conference is sponsored by the Bureau of Justice Assistance for Tribal Court and Indian Alcohol and Substance Abuse Program grantees from all parts of the country. There are no fees to attend this conference, however pre-registration is required.
Who Should Attend:
Affiliates from ALL federally recognized tribes are welcome to attend including those who work in the courts, law enforcement, prosecution, probation, corrections, treatment, SORNA, and social service programs.
BJA grantees funded through the Tribal Court Assistance Program (TCAP) and Indian Alcohol and Substance Abuse Program (IASAP) may use their BJA funds to attend this event. Tribes working with SORNA programs are also encouraged to attend.
Thank you for a great conference in 2013!
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