Department of Justice Releases Online Journal on Missing and Murdered American Indians and Alaska Natives
The Department of Justice has published the first of two issues of the "Department of Justice Journal of Federal Law and Practice" addressing missing or murdered American Indian and Alaska Native people. This issue focuses on law enforcement and prevention surrounding missing or murdered American Indians and Alaska Natives.
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OJJDP's AMBER Alert Training and Technical Assistance Program has launched a set of online investigative checklists to help tribal law enforcement respond to and investigate cases of missing, endangered, or abducted children. These checklists provide strategies for first responders, investigative officers, and supervisory officers involved in a missing or endangered child investigation.
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