TRIBAL LAW AND ORDER ACT OF 2010: A LEGISLATIVE HISTORY OF PUBLIC LAW NO. 111-211
Item #: 72397
Published: Getzville; William S. Hein & Co., Inc.; 2012.
Subjects: LEGISLATIVE HISTORY, NORTH AMERICAN INDIAN LAW
Passed with bipartisan support, the Tribal Law and Order Actof 2010 amended the Indian Law Enforcement Reform Act andseveral others, extending and revising authority forprosecuting and responding to crimes in Indian country.Perhaps the most-praised part of the legislation was thesection dealing with domestic and sexual violence. It allowstribal authorities to prosecute non-Indians who commit rapeson tribal lands and also provides for increased training fortribal law enforcement personnel who deal with victims ofdomestic and sexual violence. This compilation includes thetext of the Act, related bills, relevant reports andhearings, House and Senate debates, presidential remarks,and Congressional Budget Office reports.
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