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The Tribal Law and Order Act (TLOA), signed into law by President Obama last July with bipartisan support, makes federal agencies more accountable for serving Indian lands. TLOA also provides greater freedom for tribes to design and run their own criminal justice systems. TLOA created the Indian Law and Order Commission, an independent, all-volunteer advisory group, to help with the greatest challenges to securing equal justice for Native Americans living and working on Indian lands. The purpose of this website is to provide updates, news, and resources related to the Commission's activities. TLOA directs the Commission to report back to the White House and Capitol Hill next year with specific proposals to make Indian Country safer and more just, so that Native Americans may finally receive the full protections guaranteed to all U.S. citizens by the Constitution. To gain insight into these and many other systemic challenges, the Indian Law and Order Commission has begun visiting Indian tribes and nations to develop recommendations for lasting public policy reform.

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Indian Law and Order Commission Releases Roadmap with Recommendations to Make Indian Country Safer

WASHINGTON, Nov. 12, 2013 /PRNewswire/ — To address the public safety crisis in Indian country, the Indian Law and Order Commission released its report, "A Roadmap for Making Native America Safer,"¬†detailing recommendations for law enforcement in Indian Country. The Tribal Law an…