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Missing and Murdered Indigenous Persons (MMIP)

The U.S. Attorney’s Office (USAO) for the District of Oregon recognizes that Missing and Murdered Indigenous Persons (MMIP) is an important and sensitive issue for tribal communities. It is a top priority for our office. The USAO is proud to assist in the advancement of the national federal strategy to address MMIP issues created through congressional action (Savanna’s Act and Not Invisible Act), executive order, and the U.S. Department of Justice MMIP Initiative. The USAO MMIP strategy will provide assistance and critical attention to MMIP cases connected to Oregon through formal consultation with Oregon tribes, data gathering, and the development of MMIP tribal community response plans. The USAO strives to increase collaboration and communication with tribes, all relevant law enforcement partners, MMIP victim families, grassroots Indigenous persons and groups, and all other MMIP stakeholders.

MMIP Program Reports

February 2021

Program Contact

For information about the District of Oregon’s MMIP Program, please contact:

Cedar Wilkie Gillette

MMIP Coordinator

cedar.wilkie.gillette@usdoj.gov

(503) 727-1000

Updated February 19, 2021

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