Native American Training

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Overview

According to the National Congress of American Indians (NCAI), police in Indian Country function within a complicated jurisdictional net, answer to multiple authorities, operate with limited resources, and patrol some of the most desolate territory, often without assistance from partner law enforcement agencies. UMCPI has offered trainings for many years that combine law enforcement best practices with traditional Native American institutions, approaches, and customs to address the special challenges faced by tribal police.

Anti Human Trafficking Courses

Human Trafficking Training in Indian Country "The trainers have first-hand knowledge “boots on the ground” experience to share. The training on how social media and the internet play a role in human trafficking was very valuable. Being able to see into this world will help me to recognize it in the future."

Albuquerque, NM

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