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Tribal Justice Advisory Group Final Report
Juana Majel Dixon (ed); Hope MacDonald-Lone (ed)
The Tribal Justice Advisory Group (TJAG) is an independent group of tribal leaders and officials made up of one delegate and one alternate from each of the twelve regions of the U.S. as defined by the Bureau of Indian Affairs, plus one delegate and one alternate from two of the largest American Indian, Alaska Native, and Native American (AI/AN/NA) nonprofit organizations, the Nat. Congress of American Indians (NCAI) and the Nat. Indian Health Board (NIHB). The TJAG was chartered in 2007 by the Justice Programs Council on Native American Affairs (JPCNAA), a council of senior-level Office of Justice Programs (OJP) leaders and tribal liaisons from Dept. of Justice (DOJ) agencies. While the JPCNAA represents OJPäó»s efforts to coordinate internally its diverse tribal efforts, the TJAG is a medium through which AI/AN/NA external perspectives and tribal input can be brought to bear on those efforts in order to better serve tribes. In Oct. 2009, Attorney General (AG) Eric Holder announced that he would create an AG-level independent advisory group, the Tribal Nations Leadership Council (TNLC). This final report records the TJAGäó»s history,resources, goals, accomplishments, and recommendations, to serve as a tool for the newly-created TNLC. Figures. This is a print on demand report.
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