On May 20, 2016, Supervisory Assistant U.S. Attorney Kyle Nayback, Assistant U.S. Attorney/Tribal Liaison David Adams and Law Enforcement Coordinator Gutierrez met with Isleta Pueblo officials including the Lt. Governor, General Counsel, Chief of Police, Prosecutor, and other law enforcement personnel. The meeting is part of a continued effort to support and improve public safety in our tribal communities. The participants discussed strategies to ensure that every viable federal case is fully investigated and prosecuted. They also discussed continued coordination on reentry efforts and progress towards implementation of enhanced sentencing and jurisdiction under the Tribal Law and Order Act as well as the Violence Against Women’s Act.
May 20, 2016
April 22, 2016
Supervisory Assistant U.S. Attorney Kyle Nayback and Assistant U.S. Attorney/Tribal Liaison David Adams presented a training program for the Jemez Pueblo Tribal Police Department. The training was scheduled in response to discussions between the Tribal Liaison and the Chief of Police on improving the law enforcement response to violent crimes in Jemez Pueblo. The entire Police Department participated in the training, which was also attended by Pueblo Governor David Yepa, and the training serves...
Updated July 27, 2016
May 4, 2016
On May 4, 2016, Supervisory Assistant U.S. Attorney Kyle Nayback and Assistant U.S. Attorney/Tribal Liaison David Adams had a follow up meeting with Pojoaque Pueblo officials including the Governor, General Counsel and Chief of Police. The meeting is part of a continued effort to ensure every provable federal case arising from the Pueblo is investigated and prosecuted. The participants worked on developing protocols to better coordinate and collaborate on federal criminal investigations. BIA...
Updated July 7, 2016
July 22, 2016
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...
Updated November 17, 2016
March 1, 2016
USA Damon P. Martinez participated in a tribal consultation at the Indian Pueblos Cultural Center that was coordinated by the Eight Northern Indian Pueblos Council. USA Martinez updated the Governors and other pueblo leaders on the USAO’s efforts to address public safety challenges in Indian Country, the Civil Division’s affirmative civil work on behalf of tribes in New Mexico, and the office’s training and outreach programs. Issues raised by the Governors and other pueblo leaders included...
Updated July 28, 2016
Updated July 7, 2016