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Indian Country


Public safety in Indian Country is a top priority for the United States Attorney’s Office (USAO) in the District of Oregon. This USAO has a proud history of actively engaging in government-to-government relationship building with the nine federally recognized tribal nations in the District of Oregon and intertribal organizations involved in law enforcement on Indian Country lands located within the district. Routine and meaningful government-to-government consultations with tribes and tribal organizations serve as a critical focus of this district’s public safety efforts. Active, frequent, and concerted efforts to address crimes in Indian Country are pursued in coordination with our tribal, federal, state, and local law enforcement partners. To that end, we will continue our consultations with tribal nations to create and institute individually tailored programs for each unique tribal nation that we proudly serve.

Department of Justice Elder Justice Initiative Resource Packet for Tribal Liaisons

Indian Country Grant Opportunities

Indian Country Resources

Missing and Murdered Indigenous Persons (MMIP)

District of Oregon Indian Country Quarterly Newsletters













June 2019

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November 2018 

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Updated April 2, 2024