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Indian Country Law Enforcement Coordination and Outreach – Navajo Nation (Window Rock)

Supervisory Assistant U.S. Attorney Kyle Nayback and Assistant U.S. Attorney/Tribal Liaison David Adams presented in front of several Navajo Nation leaders and community members. The meeting was part of a joint effort by the Navajo Women’s Commission and the U.S. Attorney’s Office for the District of New Mexico on how to better serve women and children who are victims of violent crime. Several delegates, law enforcement representatives, social service providers, and the entire Women’s Commission were present for this important collaboration. Also in attendance from the U.S. Attorney’s Office were crime victim advocates and AUSAs.  The roundtable discussion covered an overview of our office, the Violence Against Women Act, strategies on responding to sexual assault and domestic violence, and is part of the U.S. Attorney’s continuing commitment to strengthening the Office’s government-to-government relationships with New Mexico’s tribes and responses to violent crime throughout New Mexico, including tribal communities.


Updated January 19, 2021

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