This course provides an overview of major federal policies that have impacted criminal justice responses in tribal nations. Students will learn about the jurisdictional complexities of tribal, state and federal responses to crime in Indian Country and be able to differentiate the various roles and responsibilities of each branch. Students will also investigate creative policy solutions at the tribal, state or federal level to improve the response to crime in tribal communities. This course includes guest speakers with experience implementing criminal justice policies in tribal nations.
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April 3-5, May 15-17, 5-9p Fri, 9a-5p Sat/Sun