The FBI and Indian Country
November 13, 2015
The FBI joins the nation in its observance of November as National Native American Heritage Month.
Mollie Halpern: The FBI joins the nation in its observance of November as National Native American Heritage Month.
The FBI’s Criminal Justice Information Services Division’s Tribal Engagement Program assists tribal police gain access to Bureau systems and databases.
These are investigative tools than can help tribal police locate missing children, fugitives, and solve crimes on the country’s 200-plus reservations.
FBI tribal liaison Kimberly Lough...
Kimberly Lough: Potential gaps to FBI systems include everything from staffing, finances, technical support…
Halpern: The FBI’s Indian Country program includes 14 Safe Trails Task Forces and more than 120 dedicated special agents in nearly 34 field offices.
Supervisory Special Agent Micheal Spitzer…
Micheal Spitzer: FBI agents that work Indian Country are passionate about the tribal communities they serve. They’re unique because the responsibilities and the things we ask of them are different in comparison to the rest of the FBI.
Halpern: With FBI This Week, I’m Mollie Halpern of the Bureau.
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