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Missing or Murdered Indigenous Persons

The Department of Justice is committed to addressing the persistent violence endured by Native American families and communities across the country, including by working with Tribal nations to address the important issues of missing or murdered indigenous persons. The Department views this work as a priority for its law enforcement components. It also recognizes the broader public safety and public health concerns that underlie many of these cases and require solutions from across the Department's components.

DOJ Missing or Murdered Indigenous Person

The Department of Justice has prioritized working to address the causes of violence against Native American individuals and communities and to bring justice to victims and their families.

Savanna's Act Guidelines for Alaska

The Department is committed to its ongoing work pursuant to Savanna’s Act to improve the federal response to missing or murdered indigenous persons (MMIP).

U.S. Attorney Tucker Issues Savanna's Act Guidelines for Alaska


Relevant Information

Now is the Ingrid Cumberlidge

Missing or Murdered Indigenous People: Bringing Loved Ones Home


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Contact Information

E. Ingrid Cumberlidge, Missing and Murdered Indigenous Persons Coordinator (MMIP)
U.S. Attorney's Office, District of Alaska
222 W. 7th Ave, Room 253

907-271-3314 (office)
907-306-0669 (duty cell)

Updated November 30, 2023