Tag Archives: Troy Eid
From the Alaska Dispatch. An excerpt: The report of the all-volunteer, bi-partisan commission, “A Roadmap for Making Native America Safer,” highlights Alaska’s violent crime epidemic. This includes a domestic violence rate 10 times the national average and sexual assault rates … Continue reading →
Here. And here. Related coverage of a state House committee hearing here.
Bob Anderson, the Oneida chair, welcoming everyone: And opening keynote speaker Troy Eid, chair of the Indian Law and Order Commission:
Here: VAWA 4.30.12 Support Ltr
Here. Or just go to Google news and enter “hualapai grand canyon”. An excerpt: The legal battle is testing the limits of business partnerships between tribes and non-Indians and is pitting tribal government leaders against one another. At stake are … Continue reading →
Here: VAWAR Letter
Here. An excerpt: Federal justice on reservations is discriminatory and harsh, especially for youth, but recently enhanced tribal justice systems – a potential remedy – may not be easy to implement, says a noted advocate for Native rights. The 2010 Tribal … Continue reading →
Here is the news article. Congrats to Troy!!!!
from the Denver Post: WINDOW ROCK, Ariz. — After pressing for months, the chief criminal prosecutor for the Navajo Nation, Bernadine Martin, finally persuaded the U.S. Department of Justice to release its internal statistics on felony investigations. It turns out … Continue reading →