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Alternatives to Incarceration in Indian Country

Alternatives to Incarceration in Indian Country is proudly presented to you by CEQ American Probation and Parole Association. Thank you. We hope that you enjoy your course.

Webinar Originally Broadcast Live on Thursday, June 20, 2013


In August of 2012, the U.S. Department of Justice released the Long Term Plan to Build and Enhance Tribal Justice Systems. This report, commissioned pursuant to the Tribal Law and Order Act of 2010, noted repeatedly that tribes stressed that alternatives to incarceration (ATIs) are a more desirable response to crime than incarceration. In fact, one of the major themes resulting from the consultations and web-based feedback from tribal nations was that “alternatives to incarceration are of primary importance” (pg.10). Having a variety of alternatives to incarceration in place provides tribal justice agencies a variety of options to employ throughout the justice continuum (from pretrial through reentry) to meet the individualized needs of justice-involved members and allows non-serious offenders to receive necessary services while still being able to provide for and remain connected to their families and community.


The Bureau of Justice Assistance and the Office of Juvenile Justice & Delinquency Prevention, in partnership with the American Probation & Parole Association and the Education Development Center, hosted a webinar Alternatives to Incarceration in Indian Country on Thursday, June 20, 2013 from 3:00 pm – 4:30 pm (EDT).


The goal of this webinar was to provide tribal justice agencies with an overview of the wide variety of alternatives to incarceration (ATIs) that can implemented into a menu of sentencing options and programs to enhance the community-based services provided to justice-involved tribal members.


Learning Objectives: 



  • To define what is meant by Alternatives to Incarceration (ATIs) and discuss the importance of having ATI’s along the justice continuum; 

  • To discuss no-cost; low-cost; and higher-cost examples of ATIs; 

  • To discuss strategies for and challenges of implementing ATIs; 

  • To highlight tribal communities that are successfully implementing ATIs in their community.


Facilitators:


Kimberly Cobb Research Associate, American Probation & Parole Association BJA Training & Technical Assistance Provider for Alternatives to Incarceration


Stephanie Autumn Senior Director of the Educational Development Center Tribal Youth & Tribal Juvenile Detention and Reentry Training & Technical Assistance Centers OJJDP Training & Technical Assistance Provider for Tribal Youth Program (TYP); Tribal Juvenile Accountability Discretionary Grant (T-JADG); and Tribal Juvenile Detention and Reentry (TJDR)


Practitioner Panelists:


Andrew Cannon Probation / Family Relations Officer/Pre-Trial Intervention Specialist Mashantucket Pequot Tribal Nation Mashantucket Pequot Pre-trial Intervention Program (Elder Panel Program)


Richard Hart Lummi Nation


Joe Tonihka, ICADC, CADC III Circle Back Center, White Earth Reservation


Judge Korey Wahwassuck Leech Lake Band of Ojibwe Tribal Court

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